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Susceptibility of winter wheat to Cephalosporium stripe (Cephalosporium gramineum)



Susceptibility of winter wheat to Cephalosporium stripe (Cephalosporium gramineum)



Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin 1998; ( 204): 253-257



Five cultivars of winter wheat were grown on soil inoculated and not inoculated with C. gramineum for 2 growing seasons (1993/94 and 1994/95) at Puawy. Percentage of plants and tillers infected by the pathogen were measured at growth stage 10.5.4 on the Feekes' scale. In 1994 infection level was very high in all cultivars, ranging from 93% in Olma to 100% in Kobra. In 1995 disease incidence was lower, with Olma showing 30% of plants and Kobra 47% of plants infected.

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