The disease is mainly caused by her two types of pathogens. Zymoseptoria tritici, which damages leaves, and Parastagonospora nodorum, which affects leaves and panicles. Resistance genes from extraterrestrial relatives have traditionally been used to genetically protect strains. The aim of this study was to determine the resistance of his Thinopyrum ponticum (Podp.) I review a summer wheat introgression line containing genetic material on a Septoria blotch and characterize agronomic traits for use in breeding programs in western Siberia. The study was conducted from 2015 to 2019 in field conditions in the southern forest steppe (Omsk, Russia) using standard methods against the background of natural infection. Septoria disease occurred in wheat during the ripening period of milk wax regardless of wet or dry weather conditions. A sharp increase in leaf lesions was seen in his 2016, which may be related to changes in his Z. tritici population. In 2017, the ratios of Z. tritici and P. nodorum were similar, and in 2019 Z. tritici dominated. During the study, lines were selected that were resistant to leaf and panicle damage and had high yield and grain quality.
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