Diagnosis and control of foot rot pathogens of wheat

@inproceedings{Lees1995DiagnosisAC,
  title={Diagnosis and control of foot rot pathogens of wheat},
  author={Alison Kathryn Lees},
  year={1995}
}
Foot rot disease of wheat is caused by the pathogens Fusarium cuImorum, F.avenaceum and Microdochium nivale. Symptoms of foot rot are a general browning of the stem base and leaf sheath. There is a discrepancy between the ability of fungicides to control these pathogens in vivo and in vitro, and no relationship between disease symptom severity and yield loss has been established in wheat. The identification of the causal a~ents of foot rot eo pisease is not possible from examination of disease… CONTINUE READING

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