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Fusarium Ear Rot and Fumonisins in Bt and Conventional Corn Hybrids, 1998
Biological and Cultural Tests for the Control of Plant Diseases
  • Gary P. Munkvold, Iowa State University
  • Richard L. Hellmich, Iowa State University
  • K. S. Gillette, Iowa State University
  • L. G. Rice, Iowa State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2000
Abstract

Fusarium ear rot and fumonisin concentrations were compared within five pairs of Bt and near-isogenic conventional hybrids in a replicated field plot at the Iowa State University Johnson Research Farm in Story Co., IA. For each of the five commercially available Bt transformation events, a representative commercial hybrid and its near-isogenic conventional counterpart were included. The 17-ft, four-row plots were planted on 13 May with 30 in row spacing and 120 seeds per plot. The experimental design was a randomized complete block with eight replications. The previous crop was soybeans.

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This article is from Biological and Cultural Tests; 15 (2000); 14-21.

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The American Phytopathological Society
Language
en
Date Available
2014-08-20
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Citation Information
Gary P. Munkvold, Richard L. Hellmich, K. S. Gillette and L. G. Rice. "Fusarium Ear Rot and Fumonisins in Bt and Conventional Corn Hybrids, 1998" Biological and Cultural Tests for the Control of Plant Diseases Vol. 15 (2000) p. 14 - 21
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