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Effect of dry heat treatment on seed-borne Fusarium graminearum and other cereal pathogens



Effect of dry heat treatment on seed-borne Fusarium graminearum and other cereal pathogens



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 24(4): 489-498



Pathogen levels and seed viability of two samples each of barley (B1 and B2), Canada western red spring wheat (RS1 and RS2), and Canada western amber durum wheat (AD1, AD2) were assessed after heating seed at 50 or 70 degrees C for up to 14 days. RS2 and B2, with an initial incidence of 23 and 84% of F. graminearum respectively, were also heated at 60 degrees C for 24 days and 80 degrees C for 10 days.

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DOI: 10.1080/07060660209507038



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