Document Type

Article

Number

62

Publication Date

11-1919

Abstract

The cereal crops of Iowa and the upper Mississippi valley are annually attacked by five different rusts which are frequently considered identical by many grain growers. Altho superficially they resemble one another closely, their differences are marked, not only to the eye but also as to their economic importance. One of these rusts occurs chiefly on the stem of oats, wheat, rye and barley and is known as black stem rust, while the other four are leaf rusts, occasionally attacking the stems.

Language

en

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