Relationship between yearly fluctuations in Fusarium head blight intensity and environmental variables: a window-pane analysis.

@article{Kriss2010RelationshipBY,
  title={Relationship between yearly fluctuations in Fusarium head blight intensity and environmental variables: a window-pane analysis.},
  author={Alissa B. Kriss and Pierce A Paul and Laurence V. Madden},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2010},
  volume={100 8},
  pages={
          784-97
        }
}
Window-pane methodology was used to determine the length and starting time of temporal windows where environmental variables were associated with annual fluctuations of Fusarium head blight (FHB) intensity in wheat. Initial analysis involved FHB intensity observations for Ohio (44 years), with additional analyses for Indiana (36 years), Kansas (28 years), and North Dakota (23 years). Selected window lengths of 10 to 280 days were evaluated, with starting times from approximate crop maturity… CONTINUE READING

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