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- Selvaraj, Jonathan Nimal, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Food control 2015 v.53 pp. 151-155
- European Union; Fusarium asiaticum; barley; climatic factors; corn; cotton; crop rotation; deoxynivalenol; farmers; financial economics; fungal diseases of plants; harvest date; high performance liquid chromatography; plant pathogenic fungi; rice; soybeans; surveys; watersheds; wheat; China
- ... The food toxin, deoxynivalenol (DON) is frequently present in cereals such as wheat, barley and maize, which are infected by Fusarium asiaticum and Fusarium graminearium. Crop rotation and climatic conditions play a major role in the Fusarium infection in wheat. In this present study, a minor survey was conducted to find out the impact of crop rotation affecting the Fusarium infection leading to D ...