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Advances in control of wheat diseases: Fusarium head blight, wheat blast and powdery mildew

Code: 9781838793104
Hermann Buerstmayr, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria; Volker Mohler, Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture, Germany; and Mohan Kohli, Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology, Paraguay

Chapter synopsis: Fusarium head blight, wheat blast and powdery mildew are among the serious damaging diseases of wheat, which are caused by fungi of Ascomycota phylum. Integrated approaches are mandatory for efficient control of all three diseases. Control measures may either contribute to reducing the abundance of inoculum (particularly ascospores or conidia) or hamper infection and/or disease development should inoculum be present. This chapter provides insight into agronomic control measures of all three diseases, including adoption of resistant cultivars. Case studies of genomics-assisted resistance breeding are also discussed. For all three diseases, in addition to genetic control, designing optimal integrated control strategies and refining real-time, site-specific decision support systems are essential.

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2016.0004.21
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Table of contents1 Introduction 2 Occurrence of Fusarium head blight, wheat blast and powdery mildew 3 Agronomic control measures 4 Chemical and/or biological control 5 Disease forecasting and decision support for farmers 6 Adoption of resistant cultivars 7 Genomics-assisted resistance breeding 8 Future trends and needs in research 9 Where to look for further information 10 References

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