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What agronomic practices can reduce the effect of Fusarium head blight on durum wheat in Saskatchewan?
Fusarium head blight (FHB) has become an important disease of cereals in moist regions of western Canada. This disease has played an important role in contributing to lower grain yields and substantial downgrading of durum ...
Rotation and fertility effects on root rot of spring wheat in southwest Saskatchewan
Spring wheat grown in a replicated trial for one or two years after summerfallow, lentil, flax, or continuously (with and without fertilizer N) was examined for subcrown internode discoloration from 2000 to 2002 in southwest ...
Genotype difference in kernel discolorations in CWRS and CWAD wheats
Kernel discolorations of wheat, such as black point (including smudge and penetrated smudge), red smudge and Fusarium-damaged kernel (FDK), are important downgrading factors in western Canada. This study was undertaken to ...
Fusarium head blight in Saskatchewan in 1998
Distribution of Fusarium spp. causing head blight and root rot in cereals in Saskatchewan in 1998
Fusarium spp. are important cereal pathogens that can cause diseases of heads/seeds, crowns and roots. Some of the Fusarium spp. responsible for Fusarium head blight (FHB) have also been found associated with root rot of ...