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Tag archive: yellow leaf spot

Survival, spread and controlling crown rot

Crown rot in wheat

Toni Petrionatis from NSW DPI, explains her new project looking at survival, spread and innovative control methods of crown rot in winter cereals with a few handy tips for growers looking to manage crown rot in their crops. Preliminary research has found that the crown rot fungus is not just […]

Latest on Cereal diseases – 2019 GRDC Update papers

Net form of net blotch in wheat

Keep up with the latest research information in cereal diseases: Stem Rust, Net Form of Net Blotch, Crown Rot, Yellow Leaf Spot, Powdery Mildew and Barley Loose Smut. The following papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in February and March 2019. The papers are sorted by region. […]

Cereal stubble-borne diseases require monitoring and management

Stubble-borne diseases such as yellow leaf spot (YLS) of wheat and spot form of net blotch (SFNB) of barley will need to be monitored during 2016 and foliar fungicides applied where necessary. These diseases will be common and most severe in early sown crops with wet seasonal conditions across the […]

It’s not always disease. Physiological damage to cereals.

  Cold weather can cause a physiological response in crops leading cereal leaves to turn yellow and barley to develop brown spots. These can be easily confused with disease symptoms and there can be a temptation to respond with a fungicide. It is important to confirm the presence of disease […]