FHB

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AcronymDefinition
FHBFusarium Head Blight
FHBFirst Hawaiian Bank
FHBFirst Home Buyer (Australia)
FHBFlexor Hallucis Brevis
FHBFacques Hess Bourbouloux (French administrative company)
FHBFine Home Building (magazine)
FHBFetal Heart Beat
FHBFamily Hold Back
FHBFish Hungry Bastard (Harbinger, NC)
FHBFédération Hattrick Belgique (French: Belgian Hat Trick Federation; Belgian soccer organization)
FHBFair Haired Boy
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Sorahinobar (2015) observed increased PPO activity in Fusarium head blight resistant wheat cultivar Sumai 3 compared to the susceptible cultivar Falat when inoculated with Fusarium graminearum.
The fungal pathogen Fusarium graminearum Schwabe [teleomorph Gibberella zeae (Schweinitz) Petch] is the most common causal agent of Fusarium head blight (FHB) in many parts of the world.
On March 10, 2014, the Legislative Assembly referred the Agricultural Pests (Fusarium Head Blight) Amendment Act, 2014, to the Standing Committee on Resource Stewardship prior to the completion of second reading.
Comparison of infection with Fusarium head blight and accumulation of mycotoxins in grain of hulless and covered barley.
Epidemiology of Fusarium head blight on small-grain cereals.
Some university plant breeders rely on the sorter to discern and discard spotty peas or to reject wheat kernels that show discoloration associated with Fusarium head blight, a costly disease of wheat and barley.
Some university plant breeders rely on the machine to discern and discard spotty peas or to reject wheat kernels that show coloration associated with Fusarium head blight, a costly disease of wheat and barley.
Professor Simon Edwards from Harper Adams University College said: "Heavy rainfall, followed by long periods of high humidity over flowering, is ideal for fusarium head blight infection.
culmorum, known cereal pathogensassociated with Fusarium Head Blight (FHB), are causing root rots in field peas and dry beans.
Additionally, Granger is moderately resistant to Fusarium head blight (FHB) {caused by Fusarium graminearum Schwabe [teleomorph Gibberella zeae (Schwein.) Petch]} and has excellent end-use quality and large seed.
Miller developed the Fusarium Head Blight Risk Assessment Tool, which helps farmers predict the risk of Fusarium head blight.