Quantifying cropping practices in relation to inoculum levels of Fusarium graminearum on crop stubble

@inproceedings{Guoa2010QuantifyingCP,
  title={Quantifying cropping practices in relation to inoculum levels of Fusarium graminearum on crop stubble},
  author={Xinyu Guoa and W. G. Dilantha Fernandoa and P. Bullockb and H. Sapirsteinc},
  year={2010}
}
This study was conducted in 58 producer-field locations in Manitoba from 2003 to 2006 to understand how cropping practices influence Fusarium graminearum inoculum levels on stubble of various crops, including wheat, collected from the soil surface. Colonies per m (CN) were determined and converted to base-10 logarithm values (log10CN). Mean log10CN of the sampled field for various crops and groups of crops grown in the 3 years prior to sampling were tested to find significant differences… CONTINUE READING

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