Pathogenic and non-pathogenic mycoflora in the air and phylloplane ofTriticum aestivum L

@article{Uddin1996PathogenicAN,
  title={Pathogenic and non-pathogenic mycoflora in the air and phylloplane ofTriticum aestivum L},
  author={Naim Uddin and Roma Chakraverty},
  journal={Aerobiologia},
  year={1996},
  volume={12},
  pages={257-268}
}
Aerobiological investigations were carried out over wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) fields near Barrackpore, West Bengal, India for two consecutive crop seasons. In 1990–91, except for the very seedling stage there was a more or less uniform spore count up to the maximum vegetative growth stage and from flowering onwards, a gradual increase in total cfus was observed with the peak (331 CFUs) during the harvesting stage. In the second season, similar results were recorded where peak spore load… CONTINUE READING