(Video, 1:09) Complete video gallery of the rice Blast disease photographs.
Severe panicle blast.
Rice heads showing symptoms of rotten neck, neck, and collar blast infections.
Neck and panicle blast symptoms on rice heads.
Small panicle branches infected with blast.
Close up view of neck blast showing tissue damage.
Left to right - very susceptible, susceptible, and moderately resistant reactions to neck blast.
Neck blast (right and center) versus rotten neck blast (right).
Rice neck blast showing fungal sporulation.
Rice neck blast.
Rice flag leaf collars symptomatic of infection with the rice blast pathogen
Severe blast infection on rice leaf collar.
Rice nodes with blast infection symptoms
Dark shriveled rice stem nodes symptomatic of infection with the rice blast pathogen
Blast leaf lesions on resistant (top leaf) and susceptible (lower leaf) varieties (Note smaller and darker lesions on resistant leaves)
Screening for leaf blast resistance in an upland nursery showing dead susceptible plants to undamaged resistant plant symptoms
Early blast lesion formation on rice leaves
A longer type blast leaf lesions
Older dried rice blast leaf lesions
Pyricularia oryzae spore germination and early infection cushion formation on a rice leaf
Typical Pyricularia oryzae spores produced on the rice plant showing conidia forming on conidiophores
Lemon-shaped Pyricularia oryzae spores produced on agar culture
Ten-day old Pyricularia grisea colony on rice leaf agar showing fungal mycelium and spore formation (blue gray area)