Contrasting responses of T-2, HT-2 and DON mycotoxins and Fusarium species in oat to climate, weather, tillage and cereal intensity

@article{Kaukoranta2019ContrastingRO,
  title={Contrasting responses of T-2, HT-2 and DON mycotoxins and Fusarium species in oat to climate, weather, tillage and cereal intensity},
  author={Timo Kaukoranta and Veli Hietaniemi and Sari R{\"a}m{\"o} and Tauno Koivisto and P{\"a}ivi Parikka},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-18}
}
Analysis of survey data from 804 spring-oat fields divided into five climatic regions suggested that low inoculum level of Fusarium langsethiae was a major limiter of T-2 + HT-2. A 30-year climate with a cool and rainy 10-day period preceding estimated mid-anthesis and a warm 3-week period following anthesis were positively associated with T-2 + HT-2 contamination. In 12 survey years, warm weather from 4 weeks before GS65 until harvesting increased T-2 + HT-2, except in the 1–2 weeks preceding… CONTINUE READING
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