The influence of SDHI fungicides on yield potential, disease control and photosynthetic activity in spring barley and winter wheat

FJ Burnett, SP Hoad*, S Waterhouse

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Abstract

The introduction of fungicides from the SDHI group of chemistry has brought improved efficacy to cereal fungicide programmes, and are applied against a wide spectrum of diseases. They have also brought increases in yield in wheat and barley. Not all of the yield benefits can be explained by disease control and this paper reports measurable improvements in the photosynthetic activity of leaves from wheat and spring barley field trials. Fluxapyroxad containing fungicides improved the longevity and chlorophyll content of leaves and the data presented suggested that responses were larger in barley than in wheat. There was preliminary evidence that SDHI chemistry might improve photosynthetic efficiency, specifically through the efficiency of carboxylation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages83-88
Publication statusPrint publication - Feb 2014
EventCrop Protection in Northern Britain - Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Feb 201426 Feb 2014

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ConferenceCrop Protection in Northern Britain
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityDundee
Period25/02/1426/02/14
OtherCrop Protection in Northern Britain

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Burnett, FJ., Hoad, SP., & S Waterhouse (2014). The influence of SDHI fungicides on yield potential, disease control and photosynthetic activity in spring barley and winter wheat. 83-88. Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom.
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Burnett, FJ, Hoad, SP & S Waterhouse 2014, 'The influence of SDHI fungicides on yield potential, disease control and photosynthetic activity in spring barley and winter wheat' Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom, 25/02/14 - 26/02/14, pp. 83-88.

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2014. 83-88 Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom.

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Burnett FJ, Hoad SP, S Waterhouse. The influence of SDHI fungicides on yield potential, disease control and photosynthetic activity in spring barley and winter wheat. 2014. Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom.