Yellow rust does not like cold winters. But how to find out which temperature and time frames could be decisive in vivo?

  title={Yellow rust does not like cold winters. But how to find out which temperature and time frames could be decisive in vivo?},
  author={Rufat Aslanov and Moussa El Jarroudi and M{\'e}lanie Gollier and Marine Pallez-Barthel and Marco Beyer},
  journal={Journal of Plant Pathology},
Yellow rust epidemics caused by Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici were monitored in winter wheat grown without fungicides at four locations over the years 2010–2016 in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (GDL) and were observed at increased frequency since 2014. A total of 29 field case studies were subdivided into epidemic and non-epidemic cases based on the control threshold of the disease defined in the framework of integrated pest management (IPM). Significant air temperature differences were… 

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