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Effect of residue management method on incidence of cephalosporium stripe under continuous winter wheat triticum aestivum production



Effect of residue management method on incidence of cephalosporium stripe under continuous winter wheat triticum aestivum production



Plant Disease 67(12): 1323-1324



A 3-yr field experiment was conducted to compare the effect of 5 different wheat residue management practices (burn and disk, plow, disk, chop and disk and direct-drill) on the incidence of Cephalosporium stripe (Cs) disease. Wheat was continuously cropped and the same management method used each year. Three-yr averages of 70 Cs infection for the treatments were: burn and disk = 12.8, plow = 24.2, disk = 29.6, chop and disk = 36.7 and direct-drill = 46. Burning wheat stubble was the most effect disposal method for reducing Cs after a severe outbreak under a continuous winter wheat-production regime. After 3 yr of plowing, Cs incidence was the same as after 3 yr of burning; continuous plowing is expected to effectively help maintain low disease losses. Reduced tillage (direct-drill) is expected to maintain high levels of Cs under continuous cropping.

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