On the disinfection of the vegetative organs of barley infected with common root rot

Chulkina, V.A.

Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(5): 707-710

1972


ISSN/ISBN: 0131-6397
Accession: 000151734

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Abstract
In wet foothill and hilly-steppe zones of the Altai Province, USSR, Helminthosporium sativum infection on barley roots was markedly decreased and grain yields increased by adopting the following measures: early sowing of disease-free, large seeds treated with fungicides at a depth of 3-4 cm after fallow or peas, application of P or NPK, and practising cultivation techniques aimed at increasing soil-moisture content. The sowing of barley after sunflower or maize for silage and/or application of N alone increased infection. The decrease in infection on primary roots depended on seed quality and that on secondary roots depended on agronomic practices.