Red Rot of Sugarcane is Caused by:

  1. Colletotriehum falcatum
  2. Altemaria altemata
  3. Cercospora Personata
  4. Phylophthora Infestans
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 5th July 2015 in Agriculture.
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    Answer: Colletotriehum factotum

    RE: Red Rot of Sugarcane is Caused by:


    Red rot of sugarcane is caused by Colletotriehum factotum. Sugarcane is main source of white crystal sugar and main source of sweet. Red rot is the oldest diseases of sugarcane in Punjab and Sindh. It is first recorded from Java in 1883.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 5th July 2015.
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