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Common root rot of Spring Barley: Relative Susceptibility of Six-Rowed Cultivars

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Title: Common root rot of Spring Barley: Relative Susceptibility of Six-Rowed Cultivars
Author: Stack, Robert W.
Description: North Dakota is the principal producer of barley in the United States. The widespread disease problems facing in North Dakota is the common root and crown rot that is caused by primarily by Helminthosporium sativum P.K. & B., a parasitic fungus which survives in the oil and many times goes unrecognized. The disease's impact on crop yield is variable due to environmental factors. Different varieties of barley show different degrees of susceptibility to the fungus. This article discusses presents findings of a recent report on the rates of infection of 6 row planted spring barley verses 2 rowed plantings.
Date: 1986
Subject: Barley
Plant diseases and disorders
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/8085

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