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Japanese Journal of Phytopathology
INOUE, H. 1 *, YAMAUCHI, M. 1 and MIYAGAWA, H. 1 (2009). Control of seed borne diseases of rice seedlings by coating seeds with iron. Jpn. J. Phytopathol. 75: 164-169. Iron coating of rice seeds was originally developed as a seed preparation for direct sowing in flooded paddy fields to reduce the number of floating seedlings and injuries from birds. Here we examined the efficacy of iron coating of rice seeds in the control seed borne bacterial and fungus diseases, because metal ions (e.g.,doi:10.3186/jjphytopath.75.164 fatcat:54mwear2nndf3ofkwt3h5dfh4u