Symptoms of bakanae first appear about a month after planting. Infected seedlings appear to be taller, more slender, and slightly chlorotic when compared to healthy seedlings. The rapid elongation of infected plants is caused by the pathogen's production of the plant hormone, gibberellin. Plants with bakanae are often visible arching above healthy rice plants; infected plants senesce early and eventually die before reaching maturity.
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List of symptoms / signs
We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Bakanae disease caused by Fusarium fujikuroi Nirenberg is reported from almost all the rice growing countries of the world and it has emerged as a major problem in Asian countries. The typical and distinguished symptoms of the disease are elongation and rotting of rice plants.
Etiology of an emerging disease: bakanae of rice
Foot rot or Bakanae disease - Fusarium moniliforme Sexual stage: Gibberella fujikuroi Symptoms Infected seedlings in nursery are lean and lanky , much taller and die after some time. In the main field, the affected plants have tall lanky tillers with longer internodes and aerial adventitious roots from the nodes above ground level. The root system is fibrous and bushy. The plants are killed before earhead formation or they produce only sterile spikelets. When the culm is split open white mycelial growth can be seen.
Bakanae is a seedborne fungal disease. The fungus infects plants through the roots or crowns. It then grows systemically within the plant. Infected plants are abnormally tall with pale, thin leaves, produce fewer tillers, and produce only partially filled or empty grains.