Authors:Branimir Šimić, Jasenka Ćosić, Vlatka Rozman, and Anita Liska
Ear rot of maize caused by
results in yield decrease as well as in decrease of grain quality. Seven inbreed lines were sowing during three years (2001–2003) at two locations (Kutjevo-pseudogley, Nova Gradiška-amphigley). If comparing average values of examined inbreed lines, planting years and soil types, there were significant differences in occurrence of maize ear rot caused by
. The most tolerant lines in all the years examined on both locations were OS 89-9 and OS 86-39. The least infection intensity was observed in OS 138-9 inbreed line.