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2009 journal article

Post-Anthesis Moisture Increased Fusarium Head Blight and Deoxynivalenol Levels in North Carolina Winter Wheat

PHYTOPATHOLOGY, 99(4), 320–327.

By: C. Cowger*, J. Patton-Ozkurt*, G. Brown-Guedira* & L. Perugini*

author keywords: Gibberella zeae
MeSH headings : Fusarium / physiology; Host-Pathogen Interactions; North Carolina; Plant Diseases; Rain; Seeds / chemistry; Trichothecenes / analysis; Triticum / chemistry; Triticum / microbiology
TL;DR: This is the first investigation to show that extended post-flowering moisture can have a significant enhancing effect on FHB, FDK, DON, and percent infected kernels of wheat and imply that accurate forecasts of DON in small grains must take account of post-anthesis weather conditions. (via Semantic Scholar)
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