13 articles tagged "Plant Diseases".


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I have heard that wheat is starting to flower in parts of southern Indiana, and the Fusarium risk forecast is still red for most of the state indicating a high-risk potential for infection. Recent weather conditions will only continue to promote the high risk.



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Wheat has greened-up and is actively growing across Indiana. Our southern field plots in Vincennes were at Feekes 8 (flag leaf emerged) earlier this week, while in West Lafayette plots are at Feekes 5 (leaf sheath strongly erect).







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He is studying the dynamics of plant disease and epidemiology of crop diseases and in particular grey leaf spot and northern corn leaf blight in corn. His lab is looking to establish a collection of isolates of these two diseases from across the state for epidemiological work that could be the basis for developing strategies to manage GLS in the future.


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