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04
Nov
2020
Reactions of Arkansas Rice Cultivars to Major Diseases 2020
Author: Yeshi Wamishe, Extension Rice Plant Pathologist

By Yeshi Wamishe, Extension Rice Plant Pathologist and Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Disease and lodging ratings shown in the table below represent the expected reactions of our commercial rice cultivars to diseases and lodging under favorable conditions. Generally, an integrated disease management approach is more dependable and inexpensive than using chemicals alone. Rice cultivars with some level of resistance to respective diseases and managed well may not require fungicide application. Fungicide applications benefit better if fields are well managed. It is key to know your field history and match the variety of your choice to your field history. For instance, planting blast susceptible variety in historically blast prone fields is not appropriate. Likewise, planting kernel or false smut susceptible cultivars in a field with a history is not appropriate.  Often the major culprit for yield and/or quality loss in a certain field may just be one or a couple of diseases. However, the number of diseases may increase with the application of excessive nitrogen fertilization.

The rice cultivar reactions table below presents reactions determined based on historical and recent observations from test plots and in grower fields across Arkansas and other rice states in the southern USA.  Reactions are described as: R = Resistant; MR = Moderately Resistant; MS = Moderately Susceptible; S = Susceptible; VS = Very Susceptible. Cells with no values indicate the unavailability of definitive Arkansas disease rating information at this time.  Disease ratings are updated based on a series of observations. Ratings based on limited data are shown with star*. Lodging may be caused by diseases such as sheath blight or high-speed wind often from tropical storms.

Rice Variety Reactions to Diseases and Lodging 2020


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