“Brusone” disease of rice in hungary

@article{Vmos2005BrusoneDO,
  title={“Brusone” disease of rice in hungary},
  author={Rita V{\'a}mos},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={65-77}
}
Brusone causes considerable damage in Hungary in years with cool, sunless summers. The disease only occurs on certain soil types. The observation, which has been made several times, that healthy and diseased plants may be separated in paddy fields along a straight line, together with histological and biochemical examinations, indicate that the brusone is a soil-borne physiological disease. It has been established by ecological observations and chemical, microbiological, meteorological… CONTINUE READING

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