Disease of corn, sorghum, and sudangrass head smut established in California
California Agriculture 15(1):10-12.
Published January 01, 1961
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Head smut—Sphacelotheca reiliana—a soil-borne fungus disease, which can not be controlled by chemical seed treatment, is one of the most destructive enemies of corn, sorghum, and sudan-grass. It has become established in central California and appears to be increasing in severity and spreading in area.