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Studies of transport of live spores of cereal mildew and rust fungi across the North Sea

Studies of transport of live spores of cereal mildew and rust fungi across the North Sea

Grana 17(1): 41-46

Exposure of susceptible plants of barley, wheat and oats at Blavandshuk, the most westerly point of Jutland, Denmark, for periods of several hours when air mass movements from the British Isles across the N. Sea occurred, resulted in infections of Erysiphe graminis ff.sp. hordei, tritici and avenae, Puccinia recondita f.sp. tritici and P. hordei. Single colony isolates of E. graminis f.sp. hordei from exposures at different sites in 1976 were tested on the barley var. Sultan.

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DOI: 10.1080/00173137809428851

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