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Diseases affecting barley: net blotches

Code: 9781838797416
Simon R. Ellwood, Curtin University, Australia; and Hugh Wallwork, South Australian Research and Development Institute, Australia

Chapter synopsis: This chapter reviews the current knowledge of spot form and net form of net blotch of barley with an emphasis on recent genetic studies and their contribution to our understanding of the range of host-pathogen genetic interactions. Principal differences between the two forms of the disease are explained together with common cultural control methods. An example of a practical approach in breeding for durable resistance in South Australia is provided, and we discuss what such experience and genetic studies imply for successful breeding strategies for stable resistance.

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2018.0039.09
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Control measures for net blotch 3 Host–pathogen genetic interactions 4 Case study: breeding for durable resistance to the net form of net blotch in South Australia 5 Summary and future trends in research 6 Where to look for further information 7 References

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