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Bacterial leaf streak.

1. Bacterial leaf streak. is a bacterial foliar disease. The disease first starts on the leaves as small water-soaked to translucent interveinal streaks of 1-10 cm long. They elongate parallel to the veins and turn yellowish brown, which often coalesce to form large blotchy lesions covering the entire leaf Surface. Minute, yellowish orange beads of bacterial exudates appearing all along the lesions
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