Bacterial Panicle Blight

Clayton Hollier, Groth, Donald E.  |  5/25/2011 12:49:59 AM

Bacterial panicle blight is a major disease of rice that tends to develop during hot, dry weather. Losses include reduced yield and milling. Losses reported in commercial rice fields vary from a trace to as high as 70 percent. (PDF Format Only)
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