A simple generic infection model for foliar fungal plant pathogens.

@article{Magarey2005ASG,
  title={A simple generic infection model for foliar fungal plant pathogens.},
  author={Roger D. Magarey and Turner B. Sutton and Courtney Thayer},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={95 1},
  pages={92-100}
}
ABSTRACT In this study, a simple generic infection model was developed for predicting infection periods by fungal foliar pathogens. The model is designed primarily for use in forecasting pathogens that do not have extensive epidemiological data. Most existing infection models require a background epidemiological data set, usually including laboratory estimates of infection at multiple temperature and wetness combinations. The model developed in this study can use inputs based on subjective… CONTINUE READING
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