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Studies on the physiology of Fusarium caeruleum the causal organism of guar wilt


, : Studies on the physiology of Fusarium caeruleum the causal organism of guar wilt. Indian Phytopathology 26(1): 72-75

Max. growth of F. caeruleum (F. solani var. coeruleum) from Cyamopsis tetragonoloba was obtained on a modified dextrose asparagine phosphate sol. The opt. temp. for growth was 25 deg C and the most favourable pH was 6.

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