net blotch

net blotch

[′net ′bläch]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of barley caused by Helminthosporium teres and marked by spotting of the foliage.
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Banteng was resistant to net blotch, barley stripe (Arabi, 2005b) and powdery mildew (Arabi and Jawhar, 2012), which could give it special interest in barley breeding programmes.
A total of 86% of the 200 farmers surveyed by agri-business Sygenta pinpointed rhynchosporium, while 60% included net blotch, 53% mildew and 42% rust in their lists of problems.
She also works on DNA markers for other traits, such as protein quality and resistance to leaf rust and tan spot in wheat and resistance to net blotch and Septoria speckled leaf blotch in barley.
Net blotch was down on the average, whereas mildew was identified in 96pc of crops, yellow rusts in 32 pc and brown rust in 36pc.
Bad weather late last year has led to an increased incidence of net blotch in early-drilled winter barley crops nationwide and patches of mildew have also been discovered.
Speer], net blotch (caused by Pyrenophora teres Drechs.
Stellar-ND is moderately susceptible to wheat stem rust pathotype Pgt-QCC, net blotch (caused by Pyrenophora teres Dreschs.
In the Midwest, net type net blotch (NTNB, caused by P.
Net blotch is one of the most widely distributed foliar diseases of barley.