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2488. Heald, F.D. and H.M. Woolman. 1915. Bunt or stinking smut of wheat.. WA Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull #126.
Summary of recommendations: Crop rotation; clean seed/ treated seed; very early or late seeding in fall; seeding summer fallow during 3-4 weeks after fall rains results in smut, but replowing of summer fallow reduces smut; shallow planting; resistant varieties of wheat may someday be available. T: Variation in number of normal and smutted heads. Number of smutted plants in several varieties. Persistance of smut when placed in soil. Amount of smut from treated seed planted in new soil on various dates. Efficiency of bluestone and formaldehyde treatments. Effect of time of planting on amount of smut. Effect of depth of planting on the percentage of smut. Resistance of winter wheat varieties to smut.

3579. Kephart, K.D. and R.E. Allan. 1988. Madsen and Hyak soft white winter wheats.. ID Agr. Expt. Sta. CIS #823.
These varieties are resistant to strawbreaker foot rot, also to 3 rust pathogens; can allow earlier fall seeding date.

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