spot blotch

spot blotch

[′spät ‚bläch]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of barley caused by Helminthosporium sativum and characterized by the appearance of dark, elongated spots on the foliage.
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is an important cereal crop, whose cultivation is often hampered by the foliar diseases, spot blotch caused by Bipolaris sorokiniana (Sacc.
Resistance against lodging, karnal bunt, stem rust (UG-99 a local race), spot blotch, rusts (Leaf rust = 10R to 30RMR and Yellow rust = 10R to 20MRMS, RRI value of 7.
Spot blotch disease of wheat is considered as most important disease in the warm and humid regions during late crop season.
In the Midwest, NTNB, spot blotch, and SSLB are important foliar diseases of barley because they result in yield reductions ranging from 5 to 35% each year (Mathre, 1997; ToubiaRahme and Steffenson, 2004).
Like most Midwest barley cultivars, Stellar-ND possesses the NDB112 resistance to spot blotch [caused by Cochliobolus sativus (Ito and Kuribayashi) Drechs.
Currently, at least five QTLs for spot blotch resistance have been localized on chromosomes 1(7H), 2(2H), 3(3H), 5(1H) and 7(5H) (Bilgic et al.
Ponoka is moderately susceptible to spot blotch [caused by Cochliobolus sativus (Ito and Kuribayashi) Dreschs.