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  • EP167
    EP167
    Wheat Stripe Rust

    Wheat stripe rust typically produces yellow or orange blister-like lesions that are arranged in stripes. The disease is most common on leaves but also can affect glumes and awns of some varieties.

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  • EP165
    EP165
    Barley Yellow Dwarf

    Barley yellow dwarf is a viral disease that attacks many grass hosts, including wheat, oats, and barley. Aphids spread the virus. Symptoms include stunting and yellow or red discoloration of the leaf tips. The disease usually occurs in patches 1 to 5 feet in diameter.

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  • EP166
    EP166
    Wheat Soilborne Mosaic

    Foliar symptoms of wheat soilborne mosaic are typically described as a mosaic of “green islands” against a pale yellow background. Infected plants also may be significantly stunted.

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  • MF2919
    MF2919
    Identifying Rust Diseases of Wheat and Barley

    Three diseases, leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust, occur on wheat and barley in North America. Early detection and proper identification are critical to in-season disease management and future variety selection. This publication is also available in Spanish and French. 4 p.

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  • MF2919S
    MF2919S
    Identificando a las Royas del Trigo y Cebada: Identifying Rust Diseases of Wheat and Barley

    Spanish: Three diseases, leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust, occur on wheat and barley in North America. Early detection and proper identification are critical to in-season disease management and future variety selection. 4 p.

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