head blight


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Noun1.head blight - a blight of the heads of cereals
blight - any plant disease resulting in withering without rotting
wheat scab - a disease of the heads of wheat plants
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The reinforced quality controls were in response to complaints from Indonesia, Vietnam and Egypt, in particular, concerning areas such as fusarium head blight, ophiobolus root rot among other quality issues.
Some product examples include Take Off technology for seed treatment and foliar applications; AVAIL Phosphorus Fertilizer Enhancer; NutriSphere-N Nitrogen Manager for use with urea, UAN and anhydrous ammonia; Nutri-Phite Plus to maximize floral intensity and fruit set; Preside CL soybean inoculant; Tuxedo Cereals; Primacy ALPHA, a phosphite-free nutritional for use on almonds and stone fruits, and Fungi-Phite Cereals, which helps control DON, a widespread disease in wheat caused by Fusarium head blight.
According to Iteris, it more specifically plans to provide its modeling-as-a-service to wheat producers by hosting the publicly developed Fusarium Head Blight Forecasting model and the Wheat Leaf Disease Forecasting model through the ClearAg precision farming platform.
Fusarium head blight (FHB) caused mainly by Fusarium graminearum is a devastating disease of wheat and other small grain cereals.
Shortly thereafter, the Assembly referred Bill 201, Agricultural Pests (Fusarium Head Blight) Amendment Act, 2014, to the Committee.
Their topics include crop management practices to minimize the risk of mycotoxin contamination in temperate-zone maize, aflatoxin B1 chemoprevention strategies in countries with frequent exposure to mycotoxins, breeding for resistance to Fusarium head blight in wheat, mycotoxins in the sorghum grain chain, and toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins in the rice grain chain and strategies to reduce them.
Fusarium head blight: epidemiological origin of the effects of cultural practices on head blight attacks and the production of mycotoxins by Fusarium in wheat grains.
Some university plant breeders rely on the sorter to discern and discard spotty peas or to reject wheat kernels that show discoloration associated with Fusarium head blight, a costly disease of wheat and barley.
Some university plant breeders rely on the machine to discern and discard spotty peas or to reject wheat kernels that show coloration associated with Fusarium head blight, a costly disease of wheat and barley.