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Colar rot in pigeonpea is a seedling disease that usually appears within a month of sowing, when patches of dead seedlings at the primary leaf stage can be seen scattered over the field 

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215

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Topics

Pests and diseases

Crops

Grain legumes, Pigeonpea

Title

Colar rot in pigeonpea is a seedling disease that usually appears within a month of sowing, when patches of dead seedlings at the primary leaf stage can be seen scattered over the field

Keywords

Collar Rot, Sclerotium rolfsii Saccardo

Type

Science

Author/Key contact/Photographer (ICRISAT)

ICRISAT

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ICRISAT Research Programs

Grain Legumes

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India, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka, Trinidad And Tobago, United States, Venezuela

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Colar rot in pigeonpea is a seedling disease that usually appears within a month of sowing, when patches of dead seedlings at the primary leaf stage can be seen scattered over the field

Notes

Images used in ICRISAT Information Bulletin no. 42

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