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PATHOGENICITY TEST BY USING ARTIFICIAL INOCULATION METHODS AND ECO-FRIENDLY MANAGEMENT OF ALBUGO CANDIDA ON BRASSICA JUNCEA UNDER PUNJAB REGION

@inproceedings{Singh2020PATHOGENICITYTB,
  title={PATHOGENICITY TEST BY USING ARTIFICIAL INOCULATION METHODS AND ECO-FRIENDLY MANAGEMENT OF ALBUGO CANDIDA ON BRASSICA JUNCEA UNDER PUNJAB REGION},
  author={Amanpreet Singh and Gagandeep Singh Sohi},
  year={2020}
}
The oilseed crops especially rapeseed-mustard play a vital role in agricultural economy of the world. Diseases of plant pathogens are considered an important biotic constraint, which leads to significant yield losses of crop world-wide. Of all the agricultural pests and diseases that threaten mustard crop, white rust is one of the most devastating. White rust of mustard is caused by an obligate biotrophic fungus Albugo candida. Under technique of detached leaf inoculation, three method were… 

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