Spot Blotch (wheat)

Spot Blotch (wheat)

Spot blotch is a leaf disease of wheat caused by Cochliobolus sativus. Cochliobolus sativus also infects other plant parts and in conjunction with other pathogens causes common root rot and black point.

Read more about Spot Blotch (wheat):  Introduction, Symptoms, Crop Losses, Control Measures, An Integrated Approach, Seed Health, Rotations and Crop Management, Fungicides, Breeding For Resistance

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