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Current status of diseases and disease control in winter oilseed rape in England and Wales



Current status of diseases and disease control in winter oilseed rape in England and Wales



Bulletin SROP 10(4): 7-10



The results of disease surveys are reviewed. Light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) was the most common pathogen on pods and stems during 1983-85 but has declined in importance since the introduction of the cultivar Bienvenu. Alternaria brassicae pod spot has been a localised problem since 1982. Sclerotinia problems have been rare in England but spray warnings were used successfully in a small high risk area in southern England.

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