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  1. Vol. 50 No. 2, p. 103-105
     
    Received: June 18, 1957


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doi:10.2134/agronj1958.00021962005000020015x

The Influence of Barley Stripe Mosaic on Yield and Other Plant Characters of 8 Spring Wheat Varieties Grown at 4 Nitrogen Levels1

  1. F. H. McNeal,
  2. M. A. Berg,
  3. M. M. Afanasiev and
  4. T. J. Army2

Synopsis

Synopsis

Barley stripe mosaic infection caused moderate to severe reduction in plant height, total culms, dry-matter production, kernel weight, test weight, and grain yield in 8 spring wheat varieties. The average yield reduction attributable to infection was 32.8% in the 8 varieties. Protein percentages were higher in grain from the diseased plots than from the healthy plots. Variety C.I. 13041 was not greatly affected. The application of nitrogen tended to increase symptom development of the disease.

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