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Fusarium ear rot of corn

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R. Michael Davis
Franz R. Kegel
Wynette M. Sills
James J. Farrai

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California Agriculture 43(6):4-5.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

Yearly screenings of field corn cultivars by UC Cooperative Extension help plant breeders and growers in hybrid selection for tolerance to Fusarium ear rot. Researchers have found that thrips feeding carries the fungus into the corn ear.

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Fusarium ear rot of corn

R. Michael Davis, Franz R. Kegel, Wynette M. Sills, James J. Farrai
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Fusarium ear rot of corn

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Authors

R. Michael Davis
Franz R. Kegel
Wynette M. Sills
James J. Farrai

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(6):4-5.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

Yearly screenings of field corn cultivars by UC Cooperative Extension help plant breeders and growers in hybrid selection for tolerance to Fusarium ear rot. Researchers have found that thrips feeding carries the fungus into the corn ear.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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