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Progressive decline in yield and quality of sugarcane due to Sugarcane mosaic virus

@article{Singh2003ProgressiveDI,
  title={Progressive decline in yield and quality of sugarcane due to Sugarcane mosaic virus},
  author={Vijai Singh and O. K. Sinha and Rajesh Kumar},
  journal={Indian phytopathology},
  year={2003},
  volume={56},
  pages={500-502}
}
Sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) is considered to be of major importance and severe losses ranging from 0.5 to 45 % have been reported in sugarcane in different countries (1,3,4,7). Although Chona (2) reported 10% loss in cane yield due to SCMV, the disease was later considered as of serious nature in India (5, 6, 8). According to Ramakrishnan (6), even 10% loss in yield was large enough in view of huge acreage of sugarcane in the country at that time i.e. about 2.2 million ha which has now… 

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