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Chapter in 2013 Crop Production Clinic Proceedings, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, pp. 143-145.
Fusarium species have been associated with many important diseases of corn, wheat, and soybean, causing significant yield loss in Nebraska; some produce mycotoxins that are harmful to both human and animal consumers. These pathogens are very common in agricultural field soil across the Midwest and cause numerous types of diseases.