Insect Management to Facilitate Preharvest Mycotoxin Management #

@inproceedings{DEKRERJNC2008InsectMT,
  title={Insect Management to Facilitate Preharvest Mycotoxin Management #},
  author={MARCEL DEKRERJNC and Patrick F. Dowd},
  year={2008}
}
Many species of insects can facilitate the entry of mycotoxin-producing fungi to commodities such as cotton seed, maize, peanuts, and tree nuts. The mycotoxins most commonly associated with insect damage are aflatoxin and fumonisin. Insecticides will likely remain an important management tool, especially as predictive models for forecasting mycotoxigenic fungi or mycotoxins become available. Plants with high levels of resistance to insects that facilitate mycotoxins are likely to assist in… CONTINUE READING

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