Management of Fusarium diseases of sweet corn in the PNW: Seed microflora influence on disease and development of Fusarium-free seed: Report to the Agricultural Research Foundation for the Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission, December, 2009 Public Deposited

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  • Objective 1: Evaluate sweet corn inbred germplasm for colonization of silks by Fusarium species and subsequent seed infection/contamination. Objective 2: Evaluate biological applications to silks and subsequent Fusarium presence in ears. Objective 3: Evaluate seed disinfestation and location of remaining Fusarium on or in seed. Objective 4: Examine the yield and disease levels of sweet corn plants grown from seeds treated with germicidal light.
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