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It causes wilting of seedlings and yellowing and drying of leaves. Why and where it occurs The disease is most likely to develop in areas that have weeds and stubbles of infected plants.
It can occur in both tropical and temperate environments, particularly in irrigated and rainfed lowland areas.
It is commonly observed when strong winds and continuous heavy rains occur, allowing the disease-causing bacteria to easily spread through ooze droplets on lesions of infected plants.
Bacterial blight can be severe in susceptible rice varieties under high nitrogen fertilization. How to identify Check for wilting and yellowing of leaves, or wilting of seedlings also called kresek.
On seedlings, infected leaves turn grayish green and roll up. As the disease progresses, the leaves turn yellow to straw-colored and wilt, leading whole seedlings to dry up and die.
Kresek on seedlings may sometimes be confused with early rice stem borer damage. Kresek symptoms should show yellowish bacterial ooze coming out of the cut ends. Unlike plants infested with stem borer, rice plants with kresek are not easily pulled out from soil.
Lesions caused by bacterial blight Check for lesions: On older plants, lesions usually develop as water-soaked to yellow-orange stripes on leaf blades or leaf tips or on mechanically injured parts of leaves.
Lesions have a wavy margin and progress toward the leaf base. The bacterial ooze later on dries up and becomes small yellowish beads underneath the leaf. Bacterial ooze Dried up bacterial ooze Old lesions turn yellow to grayish white with black dots due to the growth of various saprophytic fungi.
On severely infected leaves, lesions may extend to the leaf sheath. To quickly diagnose bacterial blight on leaf: The earlier the disease occurs, the higher the yield loss. When plants are infected at booting stage, bacterial blight does not affect yield but results in poor quality grains and a high proportion of broken kernels.
How to manage Planting resistant varieties has been proven to be the most efficient, most reliable, and cheapest way to control bacterial blight. Other disease control options include: Use balanced amounts of plant nutrients, especially nitrogen.
Ensure good drainage of fields in conventionally flooded crops and nurseries. Remove weed hosts and plow under rice stubble, straw, rice ratoons and volunteer seedlings, which can serve as hosts of bacteria. Allow fallow fields to dry in order to suppress disease agents in the soil and plant residues.Bacterial blight is one of the most serious diseases of rice.
The earlier the disease occurs, the higher the yield loss. Yield loss due to bacterial blight can be as much as 70% when susceptible varieties are grown, in environments favorable to the disease.
Symptomatology of Bacterial Leaf Blight Disease of Rice: Bacterial blight has three significant symptoms viz.
leaf blight, pale yellow and kresek. The leaf blight phase symptoms develop mostly on leaf blades, leaf sheaths and sometimes on grains. As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from caninariojana.com The most-common method of defending against rice bacterial blight is the cultivation of rice varieties with genes that confer resistance to Xoo infection.
Over 30 resistance genes, termed Xa1 to Xa33, have been identified in rice plants, and some, such as Xa21, have been integrated into the genomes of commercial rice strains.
Bacterial blight is a monsoon disease and its incidence and severity is very much influenced by rainfall, number of rainy days, and susceptibility of the cultivar and nitrogen fertilizer application. Severe epidemics recorded in and in northwestern India, reducing the grain yields drastically.
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