Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Vehari, Sialkot, Shei, areas with respect to severity of stalk rot of maize. In addition, we evaluated the potential influence of different, Post flowering stalk rot (PFSR) is one of the major biotic constraints to maize production in tropical and subtropical environments. Zweite naturwissenschaftliche Abt. on maize, but bacterial stalk rot may be accompanied by a foul odour. There are no hybrids resistant to this disease. Some disease management practices for bacterial wilt of potato. Post flowering stalk rot (PFSR) is one of the major biotic constraints to maize production in tropical and subtropical environments. species in ears and stalks of maize plants in Belgium. The Fusarium graminearum species complex (FGSC) is an important group of pathogens distributed in corn-producing areas worldwide. of morphological characters (Leslie and Summerell, 2008). The bacterium prefers high temperature and moisture for their growth result is plant toppled down within week. Stalk rot in maize caused by Fusarium moniliforme has been a concern in majority of maize growing areas. All the F. verticillioides isolates produced FER symptoms, including isolates from roots and stems. In present investigation, 12 maize genotypes viz: NC-2703 (hybrid), NC-2003 (hybrid), SP-3 (inbred line), NCML-73 (inbred line), NRL-6 (inbred line), NRL-4 (inbred line), Soan-3 (variety), Rakaposhi (variety), Margala (variety), EV-1097 (variety), Local-Y (variety), Local-W (variety) were tested against southern corn leaf blight under laboratory and field conditions. which help to pathogen for long survival in soil. Pathogenicity assay demonstrated the ability of all the six isolates to cause infection. Gerpacio, R.V. Stalk rot disease was found in all the surveyed areas showing 100% prevalence. were collected from maize roots, stems and kernels for phylogenetic analysis and the F. verticillioides isolates were subjected to pathogenic and toxigenic comparison. Maize stalk rot complex is becoming a serious threat for maize growing areas of Nepal. This article is protected by copyright. associated with Stalk Rot of maize in North-East China, Pathogens associated with stalk rot of corn in Pakistan, Giberella fujikuroi species complex isolated from maize and wheat in Iran: distribution, molecular identification and fumonisin B 1 in vitro biosynthesis: Occurrence of fumonisin-producing Fusarium species in maize and wheat. On the base of in vitro FB1 biosynthesis of the analyzed strains, high degree of contamination of maize and wheat with Fusarium strains reported here should be considered as a potential public health threat as a meaningful number of the isolates were reported to produce hazardous levels of carcinogenic FB1 . Year-to-year variability observed for the incidence of F. graminearum can most likely be associated with differences in climatic conditions among the three years. In this report, we show that maize stalk rot is associated with the fungal pathogens Fusarium subglutinans and F. temperatum. zeaehave economic importance of reduced crop yield up to 98.8%. to maize stalk rot were sampled at four different physiological stages. zeae, The genome sequence of the plant pathogen Xylella fastidiosa, Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene. Fusarium graminea rum, F subglutinans, F verticillioides and F. proliferatum were the most dominant species. Fusarium spp.–Maize–Ear rot–Stalk rot–Multi-year survey, International Journal of Biology and Biotechnology, Characterization and management of fungi associated with stalk rot of maize (Zea mays), Pathogenicity and toxigenicity of Fusarium verticillioides isolates collected from maize roots, stems and ears in South Africa, Crop Protection Genetic analysis of resistance to post flowering stalk rot in tropical germplasm of maize (Zea mays L.), Study of southern corn leaf blight (SCLB) on maize genotypes and its effect on yield, Characterization of the Maize Stalk Rot Pathogens Fusarium subglutinans and F. temperatum and the Effect of Fungicides on Their Mycelial Growth and Colony Formation, Fusarium species associated with stalk rot and head blight of grain sorghum in Queensland and New South Wales, Diversity and pathogenicity of Fusarium graminearum species complex from corn stalk and ear rot strains in NE China, Occurrence and virulence of Fusarium spp.