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CTA. 1994. Seed-borne diseases. Spore 54. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Seed-borne diseases and seed-health testing of wheat edited by S B Mathur and Barry Cunfer 1993 168pp ISBN 87 7026 329 9 Seed-borne diseases and seed-health testing of pearl millet by S S Chahal, R P Thakur and S B Mathur 1994 ISBN 87 985077 0
Seed-borne diseases are by no means a new phenomenon. In fact, seed-borne diseases of wheat were among the first plant diseases to be studied by scientific methods more than 100 years ago.. As cropping patterns change throughout the world to cope with increased food production demand, changes in crop management, including all aspects of integrated disease management, are required. New seed health testing methods are continually being developed for seed-borne diseases in the major food crops. Seed-borne diseases and seed health testing of pearl millet and Seed-borne diseases and seed health testing of wheat present information on seed-borne pathogens and the diseases they cause. In addition to providing information on seed pathology and seed health testing for experts in the field, the books are designed for use also by teachers and students of pathology. Seed-borne diseases and seed-health testing of wheat edited by S B Mathur and Barry Cunfer 1993 168pp ISBN 87 7026 329 9 Seed-borne diseases and seed-health testing of pearl millet by S S Chahal, R P Thakur and S B Mathur 1994 ISBN 87 985077 0 2 Danish Government Institute of Seed Pathology for Developing Countries, Ryvangs All\E9 78, DK-2900 Hellerup, Copenhagen, DENMARK
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)