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PHYLLOPLANE MICROFLORA OF SAFFLOWER
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fungal population was highest at flowering stage (5.32 x 102/cm2 leaf area) whereas the bacterial
population was more at the stage of physiological maturity (32.15 x 102/cm2 leaf area). Fungal
and bacterial populations were highest on phylloplane of variety ‘Bhima’.
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