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Effect of Cropping Sequence on Take-All and Take-All Decline in Durum Wheat Under Irigation

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Title: Effect of Cropping Sequence on Take-All and Take-All Decline in Durum Wheat Under Irigation
Author: Thompson, Curtis; Stack, Robert W.
Description: The malady of 'Take-all' root rot fungus in wheat crops is a worldwide problem. This article attempts to answer the effect of cropping sequence on Take-all and Take-all decline in durum wheat under irrigation. It affects winter wheat more than summer varieties. Irrigated crops experience root rot more than those not. Crop rotation proved to be effective on non-irrigated crop. They wanted to discover if rotating crops would lessen root rot. Researchers wanted to know if 'take-all decline' would occur due to an antiagonistic soil bacteria that reduces take-all in soil.
Date: 1989
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/6284

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