Epidemiology / Épidémiologie Spatial distribution of Rhizoctonia oryzae and rhizoctonia root rot in direct-seeded cereals

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Rhizoctonia oryzae causes root rot and stunting of wheat, barley, and other small grains, and is widely distributed in eastern Washington State. The spatial distribution of both the pathogen and the disease were studied over two seasons in a 36-ha field north of Pullman, Wash. The field was direct seeded with spring barley in 2000, then divided and planted… (More)

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@inproceedings{Paulitz2003EpidemiologyE, title={Epidemiology / Épidémiologie Spatial distribution of Rhizoctonia oryzae and rhizoctonia root rot in direct-seeded cereals}, author={Timothy Carl Paulitz and H. Zhang}, year={2003} }