Contents tagged with sampling

21 February 2024

The UK Cereal Pathogen Virulence Survey (UKCPVS) has monitored cereal rusts and mildews in the UK for over 50 years, detecting and warning industry and growers of new races of disease emerging on resistant varieties. Targeted at breeders, crop scientists and technical agronomists, the stakeholder event reports on the latest UKCPVS results and features additional pathology papers.

24 June 2022

All processors sample and analyse grain at intake to determine its quality.

8 April 2021

Grain movements and changes in some quality parameters mean samples should be taken as grain leaves the store.

8 July 2021

As grain remains a ‘living’ crop, it is essential to monitor it during storage.

28 March 2022

The best time to take representative samples of grain is as stores are filled.

24 June 2022

Find out about the equipment required, the sample types and the storage requirements.

19 March 2021

The UK Cereal Pathogen Virulence Survey (UKCPVS) continues to detect pathogen isolates associated with unique crop disease patterns.

25 January 2024

Information on young plant resistance to yellow rust for winter wheat varieties

4 March 2020

The new additions bring further disease resistance-unpicking power to the highly diverse cereal pathogen population.

28 March 2022

This page covers seedling blight, foot/crown rot, ear (head) blight and fusarium mycotoxins

18 June 2019

Calculate rainfall-related mycotoxin scores and target T3 fungicide sprays in wheat

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