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Effect of nitrogen levels on leaf blight of wheat and losses in yield components



Effect of nitrogen levels on leaf blight of wheat and losses in yield components



Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 88(12): 744-747



Soil application with different doses of N showed direct influence on disease [leaf blight caused by Alternaria triticina] development. Maximum disease intensity of 43.2% was recorded at 75 kg N/ha; disease intensity was 35.6% where no N was added. Due to the disease pressure, significant decrease in yield components like number of grains per ear, 1000-grain weight, and ultimately in yield was observed.

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