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Diseases spread in winter grain and rapeseed crops in Ukraine

В посівах озимих зернових та ріпаку поширюються хвороби — Держпродспоживслужба
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Grain & Cereals
Ukraine
Environmental Issue
Supply Quality
Nov 29, 2021
From Kurkul
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According to the phytosanitary analysis of the State Food and Consumer Service, differences in night and daytime temperatures caused a slow vegetation, at the end of the reporting period, winter crops in most areas were in a state of shallow winter dormancy. According to Kurkul.com. "Centering in the steppe and western regions of the forest-steppe for 3-25% of the surveyed areas of winter wheat crops, with a number of 0.3-2 copies. per sq.m., the inactive feeding of bread beetle larvae continues, ”the report of experts reads.
With decreasing temperature, the development and spread of diseases in winter crops is restrained. Everywhere on 3-63% of the surveyed areas powdery mildew, septoria, helminthosporiosis, root rot covered 1-8% of winter wheat and barley plants, focal 2-4% of plants are affected by brown rust (Transcarpathian, Kirovograd and other regions). Alternaria, powdery mildew, phomosis, downy mildew and white spot were found on 9-56% of the surveyed areas of winter rape and 2-8% of plants. In winter rapeseed crops, the development of the disease complex is constrained by fungicide treatments. "The weather conditions in the second decade of November were generally favorable for the further development and settlement of murine rodents. Their concentration takes ...
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