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Using Atoxigenics to Manage Aflatoxin -- Corn Disease Management

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Aspergillus ear rot is one of the most economically important corn ear rots in the southern United States. The fungus produces aflatoxin, which is a dangerous mycotoxin. Most governments regulate aflatoxin in food and feed, because it is harmful to humans and livestock. One approach to managing aflatoxin involves using atoxigenics as a biocontrol strategy. This publication describes how atoxigenics work and provides recommendations on when to use them. This publication was created by the Crop Protection Network, which includes authors from Land Grant universities across the North Central Region and Ontario. CSI

This publication and others can be found on the Crop Protection Network website.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 08/2016

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