Research Journal of Plant Pathology is an Open access and peer-reviewed Journal. The main aim of the journal is to provide platform to researchers from all over the world for the publication of scientific research related to plant Pathology.
Research Journal of Plant Pathology covers the study of biological nature of various plant pathogenics, molecular aspects of host-pathogen interaction, epidemiology and disease management, all plant pathogenic organisms (viruses, vectors, prokaryotes, oomycetes, fungi, nematodes and parasitic plants), ecology of plant pathogen, plant disease diagnosis, plant disease management, non-infectious plant disease, new disease records in Plants etc.
Research Journal of Plant Pathology publish research articles, Reviews, Mini reviews, short communications, commentaries and book reviews.
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Author(s): Louis K. Prom
Author(s): Louis K. Prom, Enrique G. Medrano, Thomas Isakeit, Roxanne Jacobsen, and Robert Droleskey
Sorghum is one of the most indispensable cereals for food, fodder, and in brewery, especially in the drier tropics. Recently, sorghum is considered a potential source of biofuel. Globally, the prod ... Read More
Author(s): Temesgen Mulaw, Yeshi Wamishe and Yulin Jia
Burkholderia glumae (BPB) presumably induces a grain rot symptom of rice that is threatening to rice production in most rice producing states of the USA. The present study was to identify the c ... Read More
Author(s): N.G. Ravichandra
The root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) and fungus (Fusarium solani) independently could damage and cause considerable loss crossandra. However, the effect on plant growth and wilt incidence ... Read More