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  10. Govindaiah, Sengupta K, Sharma DD, Gargi, Gunasekhar V, (1989) A  new  leaf  spot  disease  of  mulberry  caused   by  Myrothecium  roridum Tode ex fr.  Curr. Sci., 58(7): 398.
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  13. Govindaiah, Sharma DD, Datta RK, (1993) Effect of Durofume against root knot nematode and weeds in mulberry garden. Indian J. Nematol., 23 (1): 55-56.
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  21. Govindaiah, Dandin SB, Sharma DD, Datta RK, (1993) Efficacy of different doses of carbofuran on Meloidogyne incognita, infecting mulberry.   Indian J. Seric. 32(1): 99-101
  22. Govindaiah, Dandin SB, Tomy Philip, Datta RK, (1991) Effect of marigold (Tagetus patula) intercropping against Meloidogyne incognita infesting mulberry.  Indian J. Nematology 21(1): 96-99
  23. Govindaiah, Philip T, Sengupta K, Giridhar K, Suryanarayana N,  (1990) Incidence of leaf spot disease in relation to epidermal and cuticle thickness in some indigenous varieties of mulberry.  Sericologia, 30(2): 257-260
  24. Govindaiah, Sharma DD, Bajpai AK, Datta RK, (1993)  Identification of races of Meloidogyne  incognita in mulberry.  Indian J. Seric., 32 (1): 91-93
  25. Govindaiah, Sharma DD, Datta RK, (1993) Effect  of  Durofume  against  root knot  nematode  and  weeds in mulberry  garden.  Indian J. Nematology, 23(1): 53-56.
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  33. Gupta VP, (1998) Nursery guard-A biofungicide for nursery management. Indian Silk, February, 1998.
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  36. Gupta VP, Sharma DD, Govindaiah, Chandrashekar DS, (1999) Soil solarization for the control of nursrery diseases in mulberry. Indian j. Seric. 38(1): 44-47.
  37. Gupta VP, Sharma DD, Rekha M, Chandrashekar DS, (1999) Integration of Trichoderma pseudokoningii with agrochemicals for disease management and plant development in mulberry. Arch.  Phytopath. Pflanz. 32: 521-529.
  38. Gupta VP, Tewari S.K, Govindaiah, Bajpai AK, (1999) Ultrastructure of mycoparasitism of Trichoderma, Gliocladium and Laitisaria species on Botryodiplodia theobromae. J. Phytopathol., 147, 19-24.
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  40. Gupta VP, Tewari SK, Datta RK, (1995) Surface ultra structure studies on ingress and establishment of Pseudomonas syringae pv. mori on mulberry leaves J. Phytopathol., 143: 415-418.
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