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Investigations on the injuriousness of Cercosporella herpotrichoides Fron to cereals



Investigations on the injuriousness of Cercosporella herpotrichoides Fron to cereals



Arb. biol. Reichsanst. Land-u. Forstw, Berl.-Dahl. 21(4): 625-634



The results of continued investigations on Cercosporella herpotrichoides in Germany showed that the fungus chiefly causes 'lodging' or 'straw-breaking' in winter-sown cereals, among which wheat suffers most from the disease, while rye and barley are rarely attacked very severely, and oats are but slightly affected. Spring cereals are practically immune, presumably owing to the unfavourable weather conditions for the parasite rather than to any resistance of the hosts.

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