Small, oval, brown lesions on the roots, lower leaf sheath and subcrown internode. As the disease progresses, lesions may elongate, coalesce and girdle the subcrown internode and may turn from brown to nearly black.
Losses in potential yield from common root rot of wheat were estimated at 5.7% annually over the 3-year period 1969-71 in the Canadian prairie provinces and at 7% annually over the 10-year period 1968-78 ub Saskatchewan, Canada.
Soil Properties, Black Root-Rot Incidence, Yield, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Irrigated Cotton Cropping Systems Sown in a Vertosol with Subsoil Sodicity
Jul 01, 2012; Introduction Cropping systems under which irrigated cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is grown in Australian Vertosols can be...
Sowing wheat or field pea as rotation crops after irrigated cotton in a grey Vertosol.(Statistical Data Included)
Sep 01, 1999; Abstract The effects of green manured field pea (Pisum sativum L low-input (LI) wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) (seeding rate of 40...