1 edition of Diseases of cereal and forage crops in the United States in 1923 found in the catalog.
Diseases of cereal and forage crops in the United States in 1923
Royal J. Haskell
1924 by Plant Disease Survey, Bureau of Plant Industry, United States Department of Agriculture in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Disease of cereal and forage crops in the United States in 1923|
|Statement||prepared by R.J. Haskell|
|Series||Plant disease reporter -- suppl. 35, Plant disease reporter -- suppl. 35.|
|Contributions||United States. Plant Disease Survey|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 244-317 :|
|Number of Pages||317|
Direct and interactive effects of plant stressors on winter wheat yields and crop-weed competition. Where the disease develops, deep plowing of infected crop residues and long rotations between legume crops are necessary. Conidia form on tips of conidiophores Figure 5 and are pushed aside as the conidiophores continue to grow. Molecular Ecology Res.
Epps, J. New York: Cambridge University Press. Burt, and D. Unlike wheat, which is generally raised on large farms and harvested mechanically, rice is usually grown on small paddies and harvested by hand. The pathogen readily infects young, developing foliage as leaflets are expanding. Orloff, N.
Tillage, fungicide and cultivar effects on frogeye leaf spot severity and yield in soybean. Functional Ecology — The root and crown rot complex, which involves Fusarium fungi, is a debilitating and perhaps underestimated problem in alfalfa stands older than one year. Smith, L.
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Weisz, R. Menalled also performed extension activities associated with this project including field days, publications, and presentations. The relative contribution of primary inoculum in infected seed versus crop residue is not clear.
Xemium had only been available in the chickpea crop for 1 year prior to Wheat curl mite and Wheat streak mosaic virus dynamics on green bridge hosts in Montana.
Green manures and crop sequences influence potato diseases and pathogen inhibitory activity of indigenous streptomycetes. Great Plains wheat virus survey Pasche, L. The treatments Control, no fungicide; Headline, 3 and 6 oz; Quadris 12 oz; Quilt 14 oz; Stratego 4 and 8 oz, Proline 5 oz, Tilt 4 oz Diseases of cereal and forage crops in the United States in 1923 book applied to high yield potential winter wheat in a randomized complete block with four replications.
A wheat pest calendar was distributed to 1, producers. Characteristics of multiple-seeded cocklebur: A biotype of common cocklebur Xanthium strumarium L.
The biology of Canadian weeds. Planting clean, pathogen-free seed is also recommended to prevent introduction of primary inoculum into the field.
Subscribe today riceOverview of rice, including efforts to create higher-yielding and more-resilient varieties. This data is being used to encourage growers to rotate modes of action of fungicide when managing disease in their crops.
Distance, rotation and border crops affect Colorado potato beetle Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae colonization and population density and early blight Alternaria solani severity in rotated potato fields.
Downy brome Bromus tectorum increases winter wheat Triticum aestivum over-winter mortality due to snow mold. Wheat spindle streak mosaic, caused by a virus that is transmitted by a soilborne fungus, occurs widely on wheat and causes significant losses in growing seasons having prolonged cool periods in April and May.
L, Probst, A. Rather, they weaken plants over time, and along with other stress factors they contribute to reduced stand longevity. Participated in an IPM working group meeting with stakeholders from across the U.
By Sydney Sleep Cool-season annual forage crops are grown throughout the South to minimize the amount of stored forage that needs to be fed.
Vegetable Diseases and Their Control, 2nd ed. From that meeting we requested and received funds to develop iPhone apps for invasive species detections by citizen scientists. Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, Utrecht. Research is currently being conducted to identify alfalfa cultivars that persist and yield well in soils infested with the brown root rot fungus.
Skoglund, L. Van Es. Sherf, A. Burt, and D. We plan to have the first participants certified by the summer of Diseases of Forage Crops Because of the dominance of alfalfa as a forage legume in New York State, disease management in alfalfa alone will be discussed.
The same disease management strategies, however, can be applied to birdsfoot trefoil, clovers, and mixed legume-grass forage stands. Diseases of Small Grain Cereal Crops: A Colour Handbook - CRC Press Book The small grain cereals wheat, barley, oats and rye are cultivated worldwide. They form the foundation of most agricultural systems and are essential in the manufacture of staple products such.
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Dickson.Frogeye download pdf spot (FLS), caused by the fungal plant pathogen Cercospora sojina Hara, is a common foliar disease of soybean in the United States and other soybean production areas in the world. For many decades, FLS has been prevalent in the southern U.S.
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