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Characterization of flax germplasm for resistance to fusarium wilt
Fusarium wilt of flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lini (Fol) is an economically important disease that can result in severe yield losses. Due to the pathogen’s ability to survive in soil ...
2003 South East Research Farm Inc. project results update – economic analysis of field scale ‘pesticide-free production™’ of flaxseed
The flax variety CDC Bethune was grown under two cropping systems. The most common conventional method will be compared to growing flax under the Pesticide Free Production (PFP)™ guidelines. Two PFP™ treatments will be ...
Using the General Linear Mixed Model (GLMM) to Predict Yield of New Flax Cultivars
Traditional approaches to analyzing data generated in plant breeding programs involve the use of ANOVA and an overall average of genotypic performance across environments and/or years. This approach, in some cases, is an ...
Intercropping as a disease management strategy