Combating crop diseases

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Fusarium graminearum is a notorious fungus that infects major crops, such as wheat, barley and corn, causing significant economic hardship for the agricultural industry, often with catastrophic losses. It also can be toxic to animals, including humans.

View the original article here: Combating Crop Diseases – U.S. News & World Report

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