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Bacterial Diseases in Rice

Wing Sung
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Wing Sung


Bacterial diseases of ricearea significant bottleneck towards property productivity.They are of overriding international importance, particularly in Asian countries. In-depth work has been done on the management of those diseases particularly microorganism blight which has breeding for the tolerant varieties and chemical treatment. Many resistant genes are isolated to be used mating within the future. microorganism blight unwellness is presumably to develop in areas that have weeds and stubbles of infected plants. It will occur in each tropical and temperate environment, significantly in irrigated and rainfed lowland areas. Use balanced amounts of plant nutrients, particularly gas to regulate this unwellness in bacterial diseases.Thesea diseases are occur in rice. Fungal diseases and Bacterial diseases are main diseases in rice.

Keywords: Humidness; leaf blades;Leaf streak