Yellow rust of wheat - survey of sensitivity to DMI fungicides in 1997
About this project
An investigation of the sensitivity of Puccinia striiformis (yellow rust of wheat) to DMI fungicides in 1997 provided clear evidence of a recent shift towards insensitivity.
The objectives of the study were to determine whether the sensitivity of yellow rust to DMI fungicides has declined since 1990 and to confirm cross-insensitivity between older and more recent DMIs.
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