Becky Johnson

Becky Johnson

  • United States, WA, Auburn
Becky Johnson Auburn, WA
Jul 16
in Wheat Producers  
"Fusarium head blight, which is also commonly known as scab, is a fungal disease of cereal crops, particularly small grains like wheat, rye, barley, and oats, and this disease is caused by mini fungi in the genre of Fusarium. But the most important in North America is Fusarium graminearum. And to be very honest, this pathogen not only affects production problems but also affects the quantity, as well as the quality of the grain, by producing the mycotoxins, which poses a serious concern if ingested by humans and animals."

https://smallgrains.wsu.edu/wsu-wheat-beat-episode-110/

Categories: Wheat, Crop Protection

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