Bacterial sheath rot and grain blighting was first reported by Klement (1955) in Hungary and caused by Pseudomonas oryzicola.
grain rot, sheath rot complex, panicle blight, grain discoloration, seedling rot and other emerging diseases reported by many scientists (Uematsu et al.
Characterization of pathogenic bacteria associated with sheath rot complex and grain discoloration of rice in the Philippines.
Pathogenic bacteria associated with the sheath rot complex and grain discoloration of rice in the Philippines.
Notes on the sheath rot of rice plant with special reference to its causal organism Acrocylindrium oryzae Saw.
Characterization of bacterial strains associated with sheath rot complex and grain discoloration of rice in North of Iran (Mazandaran province).
Bacterial sheath rot and panicle blight of rice in Louisiana.
causing grain discoloration and sheath rot of rice, and associated Pseudomonas epiphytes.
Pseudomonas species causing rice sheath rot (ShR) and grain discoloration (GID).
6) Major fungal diseases of rice crop are Blast (Magnaporthe grisea Briosi and Cavara), Brown spot (Helminthosporium oryzae Brenda de Haan), False smut (Claviceps oryzae), Bunt (Neovossia horrida ), Sheath rot
(Sarocladium oryzae Sawada), Sheath blight (Rhizactonia solani), Stem rot (Sclerotium oryzae Cattaneo), Bakane disease or Foot rot (Fusarium moniliformie) and seedling blight (Corticium rolfsii Curzi).