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Assessment of losses in wheat caused by Septoria tritici in New South Wales


Assessment of losses in wheat caused by Septoria tritici in New South Wales



Epidemiology and crop loss assessment: 4



In field trials in 1970-2 at Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, wheat Robin infested with S. tritici and given 0, 112 or 336 kg single superphosphate or 225 kg single superphosphate + 84 kg Nitram/ha gave grain yields of 1.18, 1.57, 2.07 and 2.01 t/ha, resp., without fungicide and 2.95, 3.83, 4.78 and 5.09 t/ha, resp., when sprayed with 3 g Dithane M-45 l.

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