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  • Global warming and increasing maize cultivation demand ...

    1993-1-1 · Durable resistance in the pathosystems: maize--northern and southern leaf blights.

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  • Maize Disease Resistance - USDA ARS

    2021-2-26 · Presently, aflatoxin contamination of plant products is mainly prevalent in tropical areas. Nevertheless, in southern Europe, aflatoxin contamination of plant products including maize kernels has increased since the 2000s, most likely caused by increasingly drier and warmer summers. Presumably, these conditions caused a shift from F.

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  • Non-chemical control of corn to chemicals. Bacillus ...

    1990-10-1 · It has been determined that the occurrence of 'durable resistance' as defined by Johnson and Kranz operates in maize inbred lines CM104 and CM105 against the leaf blight pathogens Setosphaeria turcica (= Exserohilum turcicum) and Drechslera maydis (=Cochliobolus heterostrophus), by analyzing data for 16 and 14 years, respectively.

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  • Maize Disease Resistance - USDA ARS

    2009-11-30 · Bt maize From Science to Field Maize Case Study – Guide Number 1 Summary Corn borers are a widespread and major pest of maize in Europe causing yield losses of up to 30%. One alter-native to chemical insecticides against the European corn borer is biological control using the egg parasitoid Trichogramma brassicae. France.

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  • Biotic Stress Resistance in Wheat—Breeding and Genomic ...

    2009-1-30 · Maize carrying Texas cytoplasm for male sterility (cms-T) was widely used for hybrid seed production in the 1950s and 1960s. A new race (race T) of the southern corn leaf blight pathogen Cochliobolus heterostrophus emerged in 1969 that was very pathogenic on cms-T maize, causing disease epidemics in 1970 and 1971 (Ullstrup, 1972) .

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  • Cornus mas - Forest

    2020-9-30 · Maize (Zea mays L.) is the worldwide most productive crop with 1.12 harvested billion metric tons in 2018/19 (USDA/IPAD 2020).Projections estimate more than 183 million metric tons production growth in the next decade (OECD/FAO 2019) seeking to attend the increasing demand for food, feed and fuel.In Europe, especially in Germany, maize production increased exponentially since the end of the ...

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  • Biotic Stress Resistance in Wheat—Breeding and Genomic ...

    2021-5-15 · Maize (Zea mays L.) is one of the most important crops for food, feed, and fuel production worldwide.The global demand for maize continues to grow because of the increasing need for feed and industrial raw materials. In recent years, due to the ever-shrinking genetic diversity of maize varieties, continuous cropping, returning straw to the field, high-fertility management, high-density ...

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  • Deliverables DR3.7, DR1.18 & DR1 - ENDURE NETWORK

    2010-5-17 · Europe and the South. Crop rotation ranged from continuous growing of maize over several years to well plan rotation systems. There are several species of weeds, arthropod pests and fungal diseases that cause economic losses in most regions, even though differences exist between northern countries and central and southern Europe.

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  • Non-chemical control of corn to chemicals. Bacillus ...

    2009-11-30 · Bt maize From Science to Field Maize Case Study – Guide Number 1 Summary Corn borers are a widespread and major pest of maize in Europe causing yield losses of up to 30%. One alter-native to chemical insecticides against the European corn borer is biological control using the egg parasitoid Trichogramma brassicae. France.

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  • Biotic Stress Resistance in Wheat—Breeding and Genomic ...

    Zambian scientists will undergo training in plant pathology techniques in the Netherlands (2002). Maize genotypes with known tolerance to the fungus will be tested in lab, greenhouse and field tests to select the most durable source of genetic resistance in both the African and European environments (Zambia and the Netherlands) (2001, 2002, 2003).

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  • Conventional Plant Breeding for Higher Yields and Pest ...

    Zambian scientists will undergo training in plant pathology techniques in the Netherlands (2002). Maize genotypes with known tolerance to the fungus will be tested in lab, greenhouse and field tests to select the most durable source of genetic resistance in both the African and European environments (Zambia and the Netherlands) (2001, 2002, 2003).

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