+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

CROP LOSSES CAUSED BY PLANT DISEASES IN THE USA have being estimated to be : groundnuts, 28% , oats, 21%; potatoes, sweet-potatoes and sugar-beet, 16-19%; barley, maize, cotton, linseed, safflower, sesame, soyabeans and wheat, 10-14% ; cowpeas, sorghum, sweet-corn and rice, 7-9%; rye, 3%



CROP LOSSES CAUSED BY PLANT DISEASES IN THE USA have being estimated to be : groundnuts, 28% , oats, 21%; potatoes, sweet-potatoes and sugar-beet, 16-19%; barley, maize, cotton, linseed, safflower, sesame, soyabeans and wheat, 10-14% ; cowpeas, sorghum, sweet-corn and rice, 7-9%; rye, 3%



Phytopathology. Nov. 1309-13



CROP LOSSES CAUSED BY PLANT DISEASES IN THE USA have being estimated to be: groundnuts, 28%, oats, 21%; potatoes, sweet-potatoes and sugar-beet, 16-19%; barley, maize, cotton, linseed, safflower, sesame, soyabeans and wheat, 10-14%; cowpeas, sorghum, sweet-corn and rice, 7-9%; rye, 3%.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 014368624

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

FIELD CROP cv. RECOMMENDED FOR RHODESIA by the Department of Research and Specialist Services include those of maize, sweet-corn, grain sorgum, wheat, soyabeans, groundnuts, potatoes, cotton and tobacco. Rhodesia agric. J, 64: 4, 73-8, 1967

Japanese miso type products prepared by using defatted soy bean d flakes and various carbohydrate containing foods rice m wheat m corn m barley m sorghum m potatoes d sweet potato d beet d banana m oats m. Food Technology 23(4): 156-158, 1969

Studies on nutritive value of feedstuffs for pigs i grains and potatoes d barley m wheat m oats m corn m sorghum m sweet potato d. Bulletin of the National Institute of Animal Industry (Chiba) (17): 1-7, 1968

Technical regulations applied to the control and official certification of seeds; sugar beet and forage beet, soft wheat, hard wheat, barley and oats, rye, rice, maize, forage plants, seed potatoes, oil plants and fiber plants; approved by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry on March 23, 1973. Sementi elette: 19 (3) 19-54, 1973

Effect of crop rotation and fertilizers on nitrification in turf podzol soil wheat m oats m peas d corn m potatoes d flax d sugar beet d. Mikrobiologiya 36(6): 1096-1099, 1967

Plant introduction and variety testing of safflower, linseed, barley, wheat, cotton and sesame. THAI-AUSTRALIAN CHAO PHYA RESEARCH PROJECT. First report to the Ministry of Agriculture of the Kingdom of Thailand. Part B, Canberra, Australia, Department of External Affairs, 79-81, 1969

Wholesale market opportunties for Louisiana--produced: snap beans, sweet corn, irish potatoes, and sweet potatoes. AEA information series Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station: 88 (65), 1988

Hogging-off corn and sweet potatoes and feeding cull sweet potatoes to hogs. (Louisiana Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 236). Hogging-off corn and sweet potatoes and feeding cull sweet potatoes to hogs, Louisiana Agric. Exp. Stat.,, 1933

A study on interplanting sweet potatoes with sugar cane. I. Date of interplanting, variety of sweet potatoes and row width of autumn plant cane.. Rep. Taiwan Sugar Exp. Stat, 31, 27-55. bibl. 20, 1963

Varieties of oats, wheat, maize, barley, tomato, rice, rye and sorghum recently bred at the Grain Crop Plant Breeding Institute. (Publ.) Ist. Allev. veg. Cerealicolt., Bologna, 39, 1953

Intercropping of sweet sorghum and sesame with different nitrogen fertilizer levels. II. Inter and intra-specific competition among sweet sorghum and sesame plant. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 32(3): 1293-1302, 1994

Practical ways of increasing rice and wheat crop, with appendices on soy-beans, sweet potatoes, and tomatoes. 1952

Agrometeorological aspects of crops in the United Kingdom and Ireland. A review for sugar beet, oilseed rape, peas, wheat, barley, oats, potatoes, apples and pears. Agriculture Series ( EUR 13039): 303 pp., 1990

The effect of some environmental factors on translocation and storage of carbohydrate in sweet potatoes, potatoes and sugar beet. 5. Relationship between the translocation of carbohydrate and atmospheric humidity and soil moisture.. Sci. Bull. Fac. Agric. Kyushu Univ 20: 293-299, 1963

Pathogenicity of a wheat and corn colletotrichum graminicola isolated in triticale wheat sweet corn small kernel corn oats rye and barley. Fitopatologia Brasileira 9(2): 324, 1984