Thinking Newsletter – Disease Identification In Cereals Tuesday 17th March, 2015

Rhynchosporium is a key disease affecting barley and must be managed early in the life of the crop to protect yield. The most serious effect on yield in winter barley and spring barley results from attacks that develop between first node detectable (growth stage 31) and boot swollen growth stages (growth stage 41). The fungus causes scald-like lesions on leaves, leaf sheaths and ears…

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