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Effect of seeding depth and soil moisture content at planting on bunt tilletia caries of wheat


, : Effect of seeding depth and soil moisture content at planting on bunt tilletia caries of wheat. Ain Shams University Faculty of Agriculture Research Bulletin (1445): 1-13

The effect of depth of seeding (4,8 and 12 cm) and soil moisture content [wet, medium, low] on the infection with wheat bunt. Seedling depth significantly affected the percent infection with bunt. The lowest infection was obtained with planting at 4 cm depth. Planting directly when the soil was wet significantly reduced the percent infection. Delaying seeding to reduce water content significantly increased bunt infection.

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