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Effects of flooding at early growth stages and mechanical damage of foliage on common root rot of spring wheat and spring barley



Effects of flooding at early growth stages and mechanical damage of foliage on common root rot of spring wheat and spring barley



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 8(4): 418-421



In growth chamber and greenhouse tests wheat [Triticum aestivum] and barley [Hordeum vulgare] were flooded at 2- and 4-leaf growth stages for 36 h and 72 h periods. Common root rot was more severe on plants flooded for 72 h than on those flooded for 36 h and in both cases more severe than on unflooded plants. Plants with mechanically damaged foliage developed more severe disease symptoms than did undamaged plants under greenhouse conditions; however, in field studies damaged and undamaged plants had similar levels of common root rot. It is concluded that stress caused by mechanical damage or flooding increases the severity of common root rot in wheat and barley.

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DOI: 10.1080/07060668609501779



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