Prasada & Prabhu, (1963)
Alternaria triticina is a plant pathogen that causes leaf blight on wheat. It was first identified in India in 1962 and still causes significant yield loss to wheat crops on the Indian subcontinent. The disease causes necrotic leaf lesions and in severe cases seeds will become shriveled.
- Prasada R, Prabhu AS, 1962. Leaf blight of wheat caused by a new species of Alternaria. Indian Phytopathology 15, 292-293.
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