Barley stripe disease in Turkey – current situation
Barley is one of the most important crops in the world and Turkey. Barley stripe disease caused by Pyrenophora graminea which causes yield decreases in barley was reported in various regions of Turkey. Controlling the disease requires knowledge of disease distribution and an understanding of cultivar responses to the pathogen and variability in the pathogen populations. Genetic resistance is a sustainable and economic way to combat the disease. In this review, the distribution and occurrence of the disease in some parts of Turkey and studies about the resistance status of some genotypes are presented.
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