Viable solutions for barley powdery mildew
Tucker, M.A. (2010) Viable solutions for barley powdery mildew. In: 2010 WA Agribusiness Crop Updates, 25 - 26 February, Perth, Western Australia.
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Barley powdery mildew caused by the obligate biotroph Blumeria (Erysiphe) graminis hordei (Bgh) is estimated to be the most important disease of barley in Western Australia resulting in ca. $33m in losses (Murray and Brennan, 2010). At present the strategies for management include the use of resistant cultivars and the fungicides.
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