Septoria in wheat
Strains of the yield-robbing wheat disease septoria with target-site resistance to SDHI fungicides have been uncovered in southern Ireland. Researchers at Irish advisory body Teagasc made the discovery in samples taken at the end of the 2015 season and in laboratory tests, strains could survive 100 times the concentration of SDHI fungicides compared with the most insensitive strains found in previous years. Scientists have long been able to produce septoria mutations resistant to the key fungicide group – which includes […]
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