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This handbook focuses on the important seedborne fungi that cause diseases of the foliage, stem, leafsheath, root, grain, and inflorescence in rice. It provides information on more than 50 species that have been detected in rice seed during routine testing and analysis.Seed health testing is also a means of quality control that ensures the exchange of high-quality seed among scientists or research centers. For this reason, the Seed Health Unit at IFW functions as the gatekeeper of safe germplasm movement from and within IRRI, the Philippines, and outside.
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