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Biology and control of the septoria diseases of winter wheat in western Oregon

Biology and control of the septoria diseases of winter wheat in western Oregon

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in [Corvallis, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Septoria -- Control -- Oregon.,
  • Winter wheat -- Diseases and pests -- Control -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Julie A. DiLeone ... et al.].
    SeriesSpecial report / Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University -- 960., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 960.
    ContributionsDiLeone, Julie A., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[12] p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15447951M

    The winter wheats Madsen ( %) and `Gene' ( %) and the soft white spring wheat `Penawawa' ( %) are the only other varieties to occupy more than 5 % of state acreage. Agronomic research being conducted in the state includes Septoria tritici and Septoria nodorum management trials, nitrogen management trials in both eastern and western. Rothamsted Repository. Current Researchers; Departments; Latest Additions.

    Biological control has become a feasible component of integrated management programs. As a management strategy in the control of fireblight disease of pear, invasive weed species, and diseases of wheat, use of bacterial antagonists, natural enemies, and genetic diversity will significantly impact Oregon agriculture. Understanding the epidemiology of these diseases . Italian ryegrass is a major weed problem in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) production worldwide. Two separate studies were conducted in Stoneville, Mississippi to evaluate: (1) the efficacy of herbicides available to Mississippi producers for controlling glyphosate-resistant (GR) Italian ryegrass (control study), and (2) fall burndown herbicide seed suppression study.

    Approximately 25% of Oregonss economy is based on agriculture. The field crops for which we provide pest management research and extension support in the Oregon State University Department of Crop and Soil Science - forages and hays, seed crops, cereal grains, onions, potatoes, vegetable row crops, mint, containerized nursery crops, Christmas trees, and others . M. graminicola causes the foliar disease Septoria tritici blotch in wheat. This pathosystem is useful for investigation of host selective effects on aggressiveness. In the Willamette Valley of Oregon, the site of our research, the pathogen population possess-es high levels of genetic variability (26) and thus the basis for rapid adaptation.


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Biology and control of the septoria diseases of winter wheat in western Oregon Download PDF EPUB FB2

The biology and control of the septoria diseases of winter wheat in western Oregon. Julie A. DiLeone, faculty research assistant Department of Botany and Plant Pathology Oregon State University Corvallis, OR [email protected] edu Stella M.

Coakley, professor of plant pathology Department of Botany and Plant Pathology. The Biology and control of the septoria diseases of winter wheat in western Oregon Public Deposited. Winter wheat -- Diseases and pests -- Control -- Oregon; Subject: Special report (Oregon State University.

Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, Author: Julie A. DiLeone, Stella Ann Melugin Coakley, Russell S. Karow, Christopher C. Mundt. The Biology and control of the septoria diseases of winter wheat in western Oregon.

Abstract. Septoria -- Control -- Oregon, Winter wheat -- Diseases and pests -- Control -- Oregon. Publisher: [Corvallis, Or.]: Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon. Biology and control of the septoria diseases of winter wheat in western Oregon. Zymoseptoria tritici (previously Mycosphaerella graminicola) causes Septoria tritici blotch (STB) on wheat.

The population biology of Z. tritici has been exceptionally well characterized as a. Fungicide resistance can cause disease control failure in agricultural systems, and is particularly concerning with Zymoseptoria tritici, the causal agent of Septoria tritici blotch of wheat.

Stomach Diseases Wheat Hypersensitivity Weight Gain Polyploidy Disease Resistance Influenza, Human Chemicals and Drugs 18 Fungicides, Industrial Trichothecenes Wheat Germ Agglutinins Soil Plant Proteins Nitrogen Genetic Markers Ozone Glutens Gliadin Antifreeze Proteins DNA, Plant Prolamins Ice Mycotoxins Starch RNA, Plant Wheat Germ Agglutinin.

Joseph P. Lynch, Elizabeth Glynn, Steven Kildea, John Spink, Yield and optimum fungicide dose rates for winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties with contrasting ratings for resistance to septoria tritici blotch, Field Crops Research, /.

Accurate, high-throughput phenotyping for quantitative traits is a limiting factor for progress in plant breeding. We developed an automated image analysis to measure quantitative resistance to septoria tritici blotch (STB), a globally important wheat disease, enabling identification of small chromosome intervals containing plausible candidate genes for STB resistance.

winter wheat. Septoria leaf blotch (SLB), caused by the ascomycete Mycosphaerella graminicola (anamorph Septoria tritici), has been the most important foliar disease of winter wheat in the UK since the s (Bearchell et al., ; Hardwick et al., ).

Current commercial wheat cultivars are susceptible or moderately resistant to the disease in the UK. In this important monograph on the Septoria disease of Gramineae [cf, R.A.M., xxv, p. ana preceding abstract], which attacks 94 species of grains and grasses in the western United States, the species are described, where the information is available, under the following headings: geographical distribution and economic importance, symptomatology, pure culture and artificial.

This disease has been a problem west of the Cascade Range, where frequent spring rains have been associated with severe disease development. Septoria tritici blotch commonly co-occurs with Stagonospora nodorum blotch (formerly known as Septoria nodorum ; leaf and glume blotch) in the same field or on the same plant.

"The Biology and Control of the Septoria Diseases of Winter Wheat in Western Oregon" (Special Report ), published last spring by the OSU Agricultural Experiment Station, is available for reading at county offices of the OSU Extension Service in western Oregon. Christiane Kelm, S.

Mahmod Tabib Ghaffary, Helge Bruelheide, Marion S. Röder, Sebastian Miersch, W. Eberhard Weber, Gert H. Kema, Bernhard Saal, The genetic architecture of seedling resistance to Septoria tritici blotch in the winter wheat doubled-haploid population Solitär × Mazurka, Molecular Breeding, /s, 29, 3.

Abstract. Though delayed relative to Europe, fungicide resistance in Zymoseptoria tritici is now present in North America.

We assessed azole fungicide sensitivity and cross-resistance in Zymoseptoria tritici isolates from the Willamette Valley of western Oregon, USA. Isolates were grown in the presence of 12 serial dilutions of four different azole fungicides (cyproconazole.

& Henn., is one of the most widely destructive plant diseases in the world and the most important disease of wheat in western North America since the s. It has become increasingly important in the south-central United States since the early s. Barley stripe rust, caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend.

hordei Eriks. & Henn., is. Biology and Management of Knotweeds in Oregon: A Guide for Gardeners and Small-Acreage Landowners Woody knotweeds are listed as noxious weeds throughout most of the United States.

This publication briefly describes the characteristics and biology of four species of woody knotweeds and summarizes management and control options. Christina H. Hagerty, Nicole P. Anderson and Christopher C.

Mundt, Temporal Dynamics and Spatial Variation of Azoxystrobin and Propiconazole Resistance in Zymoseptoria tritici: A Hierarchical Survey of Commercial Winter Wheat Fields in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, Phytopathology, /PHYTOR,3, (), ().

Soft white winter wheat (SWWW) (Triticum aestivum L.) is among the most important grain crops in the Columbia Basin of Oregon, and its production viability depends greatly on the adoption of newly released high-yielding ore, there is a need for updated information on how to best integrate these varieties into intensive production systems [].

Christensen NW, Hart JM () Combating take-all of winter wheat in western Oregon. Oregon State Univ Extn Ser, pp 1–8 Google Scholar Clear RM, Patrick SK, Turkington TK, Wallis R () Effect of heat treatment on seedborne Fusarium graminearum and.

Chemical control. Heritage is registered for use against powdery mildew and may be effective for several leaf spots. Use at 1 to 4 oz/ gal water plus a non-silicone-based wetter sticker. Group 11 fungicide. 4-hr reentry. Reference Bell, N.C. Evaluation of growth, flowering, and cold hardiness of Ceanothus in western Oregon.European winter wheat cultivars chosen from the GABI wheat panel [27] were grown in × m plots replicated twice as complete blocks at the Field Phenotyping Platform of the ETH research station in Lindau, Switzerland ( ° N, ° E, masl) [28].The plots received full agrochemical inputs typically associated with intensive wheat cultivation in Europe.

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