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Agricultural Reviews, volume 28 issue 3 (september 2007) : 197-206


Shamarao Jahagirdar
1All India Co-ordinated Sorghum Improvement, Regional Agricultural Research Station, Bijapur-586101, India
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Cite article:- Jahagirdar Shamarao (2024). PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE RESEARCH NEEDS ON THE MANAGEMENT OF CHARCOAL ROT OF SORGHUM. Agricultural Reviews. 28(3): 197-206. doi: .
Charcoal rot of sorghum is most catastrophic disease in rabi. In this paper the aspects on economic importance, epidemiology, variability of the pathogen, disease management as holistic approach and future thrust areas in the management of charcoal rot of rabi sorghum in a total approach are covered.
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