Pythium Diseases , Control and Management Strategies : a Review

  title={Pythium Diseases , Control and Management Strategies : a Review},
  author={Tahira Parveen and Kanika Sharma},
Pythium species are morphologically polymorphic, physiologically unique and ecologically versatile, which make them significant both theoretically and practically. They are ubiquitous in soil and in water, distributed worldwide, and with very diverse host ranges. They include some of the most important and destructive plant pathogens, causing losses of seeds, pre-emergence and post-emergence damping-off, rots of seedlings, roots, basal stalks, decays of fruits and vegetables during cultivation… CONTINUE READING

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