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Epidemiological Factors Affecting Phytophthora Leaf rot and Anthracnose Leaf Spot Diseases of Betelvine (Piper betle) and their Control

@inproceedings{Kumar2018EpidemiologicalFA,
  title={Epidemiological Factors Affecting Phytophthora Leaf rot and Anthracnose Leaf Spot Diseases of Betelvine (Piper betle) and their Control},
  author={Prabhat Kumar and Ajit Kumar Pandey and Shivnath Das},
  year={2018}
}
Betelvine (Piper betle L.) is an important cash crop of India belonging to the family Piperaceae. India is the largest producer of betel leaves in the world (Arulmozhiyan et al., 2005). It is cultivated in India on about 75,000 ha area with an annual production worth about Rs. 1000 million (Dasgupta, 2011; Vijayakumar and Arumugam, 2012). In Bihar, the crop is cultivated in area, about 4000 under artificial conservatory known as „Baroj or Baretha’ that permitted little light and retains maximum… 

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