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Groundnut bacterial wilt
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First Author
First Name: 
V.K.
Last Name: 
Mehan
Co-Authors: 
Hayward, A.C.
Corporate Author: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Publication Year: 
1993
Publisher: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
ISBN: 
92-9066-264-6
Book Number: 
2
Agro Tags: 
Groundnuts | Pathogens | bacteria | Germplasm | Cultural control | diseases | Pilot farms | Potatoes | genotypes | Sweet potatoes


(In En) (In Fr) The problem of bacterial wilt of groundnut has caused much concern in many countries of Asia and Africa. The second meeting of the Groundnut Bacterial Wilt Working Group (held in Taiwan on 2 Nov 1992) focused on the status of groundnut bacterial wilt research in Asia and Africa, and ways to improve disease management through collaborative research projects. This publication provides a background to the meeting; a record of discussions on research strategies and priorities,and recommendations for future research. Three papers on the status of bacterial wilt research in Malaysia, Uganda, and Indonesia are also included.

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drought| proteins| genotypes| groundnuts| tolerance| irrigation| drought stress| mycotoxins| planting| diffusion of information