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Effect of Long - Term Continuous Cropping of Spring Wheat on Disease-Causin Ability of Cochliobolus sativus, Agent of Wheat Root Rot

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Title: Effect of Long - Term Continuous Cropping of Spring Wheat on Disease-Causin Ability of Cochliobolus sativus, Agent of Wheat Root Rot
Author: El-Nashaar, Hossein M.; Stack, Robert W.
Description: By continuous planting of spring wheat in one area, the soil builds up a disease causing material. Simple rotation of non-cereal crops led to a reduction in spores. The 'aggressiveness' of plant pathogens such as infectious fungi over long periods affected the number of variables within such pathogen. Aggressiveness is determined by genetic factors. The study in the article was only possible due to NDSU's retention of valuable biological resources such as Bolley's continuous wheat plot.
Date: 1990
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/6347

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