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The incidence of fungal diseases in oat leaves and yields as affected by fertilizer and chemical inputs in Estonia
Field experiments were conducted for three years and were designed to study the effects of fertilizers on fungal disease infections and yield of two oat genotypes. The impact of the different levelsExpand
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The occurrence and severity of rust diseases of winter rye in Estonian climatic conditions.
This paper presents a six-year study (2000-2005) of rusts on 11 winter rye varieties in Estonian conditions. Environmental factors may b e related to occurrence of different pathogens causing ryeExpand
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Sixty Years after the First Description: Genome Sequence and Biological Characterization of European Wheat Striate Mosaic Virus Infecting Cereal Crops.
High throughput sequencing technologies were used to identify plant viruses in cereal samples surveyed from 2012 to 2017. Fifteen genome sequences of a tenuivirus infecting wheat, oats and spelt inExpand
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Malting Barley Diseases, Yield and Quality – Responses to Using Various Agro-Technology Regimes
Abstract Pyrenophora teres (net blotch) and Cochliobolus sativus (spot blotch), the most widely spread diseases in the Northern Baltic region, have high impact on cereal production. The effect ofExpand
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Integrated plant disease management in spring barley and oat production
Publication of this thesis is supported by the Estonian University of Life Sciences and by the Doctoral School of Earth Sciences and Ecology created under the auspices of European Social Fund.
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The severity of diseases of faba bean depending on sowing rate and variety
ABSTRACT Little research has been published about the occurrence of diseases in faba bean such as chocolate spot, ascochyta blight, or rust in Northern Europe. There is also little data about theExpand
The occurrence of powdery mildew on crested hairgrass in different growing conditions
Crested hairgrass (Koeleria gracilis Pers., syn. K. macrantha (Ledeb.) is classed as a good turfgrass. A first cultivar 'Ilo', released by the Jogeva Plant Breeding Institute was entered into theExpand
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