Bamboos form the backbone of the rural economy of many Asian countries. Although considered very hardly plants, bamboos do, from time to time, suffer from diseases. Bamboos are now increasingly being grown in plantations, and this necessitates increased vigilance against disease attacks, and preparedness for effective and rapid control if the attack occurs. This landmark publication makes vital information on bamboo diseases widely available, and is expected to stimulate further research and the development of appropriate control measures.An Illustrated Manual C. Mohanan. (Chen 1971; Shinohara 1965; Nozu and Yamamoto 1972; Kao and Leu 1976); Epichloe bambusae Pat.; Fig. 49: P. viridis affected by witchesa#39;- ... 47-49). Shining black fungal fructifications develop on the affected shoots after 5-6 months of infection (Figs. 50-52). Often, one or two normalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Diseases of Bamboos in Asia|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2002-01-01|