FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE ON CORN: A KEY TOOL IN BUILDING AN INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE ON DOBROGEA AREA

@inproceedings{Paica2013FUNGALBA,
  title={FUNGAL BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE ON CORN: A KEY TOOL IN BUILDING AN INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE ON DOBROGEA AREA},
  author={Alexandru Paica and Cristian Iulian Ene and Liliana Aurora},
  year={2013}
}
Elaboration of biocontrol strategies to mycotoxins producing fungi and integration of beneficial microorganisms in protection systems of corn crops, involves in the initial phase, the development of methods for sampling and analysis of soil and plant debris samples and later, the analysis of cob corn for the purpose of differentiating toxigenic and atoxigenic fungi of Aspergillus and Fusarium group. Risk factors on corn production specific for Dobrogea agricultural area are: the attack of… CONTINUE READING

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