GRAIN growers who have experienced a dry season are being warned of a potential increase in the risk of some soilborne diseases in 2019.
Rhizoctonia root rot and crown rot are two cereal diseases likely to pose a problem in parts of South Australia where rainfall was below average this year.
A lack of rain has reduced the breakdown of cereal stubbles in pulse and oilseed break crops, promoting the risk of disease next season.
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