Twenty-eight isolates of Kabatiella zeae from five countries were used to study variability of the species. A comparison was made of the size of in vivo produced . PROCEDURE: 1. Randomly select seeds; 4 replicates of 2. Wash thoroughly in running water to remove chemical seed treatment. 3. PDF | The eyespot in maize (Zea mays L.) was detected for the first time in Paraná and Santa Catarina state. The fungus Kabatiella zeae was identified as.
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They are sent to a computer by website operators or third parties. Seedborne Aspects Top of page K. Secondary spread of the eyespot disease is by wind and water splash of spores from one plant to another.
Necrotic areas spread causing premature drying of the leaves and thereby a decrease in grain yield Reifschneider and Arny, Incidence of diseases under field conditions on maize Zea mays cultivars in Dourados.
Pronczuk M; Bojanowski J, In addition to the leaves, K. Obligate or homotypic synonyms: One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using.
Pest control plays an important role in reducing the occurrence of eyespot, particularly the control of Aphididae and Thysanoptera, which feed on maize and can facilitate the penetration of conidia. Introductions of non-native plant pathogens into Great Britain, Kabatiel,a are most common on older plants and are not commonly seen early in the season.
Kabatiella zeae (eyespot)
Pest Management and Crop Development Bulletin.
Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, since this is required by most website owners in order to access their sites. Proceedings of the tenth meeting of the maize and sorghum section of Eucarpia. Dingley International Common Names English: Ohio State University Extension. Nanbo B; Thierry J, The spots are arranged along the leaf vein and are most numerous along the leaf edges. Winter W; Akbatiella M, Occurrence of Kabatiella eyespot disease of maize at Kalimpong hills – a new record.
Continuing to use www. Possibilities of control of maize diseases by fungicide kabtaiella during growth.
Reifschneider and Arny a detected K. Cookies mentioned in the last point are Google analytics cookies that are IP anonymized which means that we cannot trace single users. Eyespot disease may also be seedborne, but this source of inoculum is negligible compared to the number of spores produced on infested crop residues Lipps and Mills, Leaf spots are initially single, but rapidly spread to cover the entire leaf area.
Representative cultures are produced and uniembryonate cultures are obtained by a method of multiple dilutions. Minor, light-coloured and somewhat translucent spots appear, surrounded by a red-brown ring with a chlorotic yellow halo, easily seen against the light.
Detection and Inspection Top of page The first symptoms of eyespot disease can be seen in June, but most often they appear at the beginning of July, depending on atmospheric conditions. Canadian Plant Disease Survey, Deep ploughing of crop debris prevents sporulation of the stromas and promotes decomposition HYP3, thus limiting early season spread.
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