Reference : Effects of regional climate change on brown rust disease in winter wheat
Scientific journals : Article
Life sciences : Agriculture & agronomy
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/190990
Effects of regional climate change on brown rust disease in winter wheat
English
JUNK, Jürgen [> >]
Kouadio, Amani Louis mailto [> >]
Delfosse, Philippe [> >]
El Jarroudi, Moussa mailto [Université de Liège > DER Sc. et gest. de l'environnement (Arlon Campus Environ.) > Eau, Environnement, Développement >]
11-Jan-2016
Climatic Change
Springer Science & Business Media B.V.
Yes (verified by ORBi)
International
0165-0009
1573-1480
[en] Projected climate changes will affect wheat crop production both in the main processes of plant growth and development but also in the occurrences and severities of plant diseases. We assessed the potential infection periods of wheat leaf rust (WLR) at two climatologically differentsites in Luxembourg. A threshold-based model, taking hourlyvalues of air temperatures, relative humidity and precipitation during night-time into account, was used for calculating favourable WLR infection days during three periods throughout the cropping season. Field experiments were conducted during the 2003–2013 period at the selected sites. Projected climate data, from a multi model ensemble of regional climate models (spatial resolution 25 km) as well as an additional projection with a higher spatial resolution of 1.3 km, were used for investigating the potential WLR infection periods for two future time spans. Results showed that the infections of WLR were satisfactorily simulated during the development of wheat at both sites for the 2003–2013 period. The probabilities of WLR detection were close to 1 and the critical success index ranged from 0.80 to 0.94 (perfect score = 1 for both). Moreover, the highest proportions of favourable days of WLR infection were simulated during spring and summer at both sites. Regional climate projections showed an increase in temperatures by 1.6 K for 2041–2050 and by 3.7 K for 2091–2100 compared to the reference period1991–2000. Positivetrends infavourableWLR infection conditions occur at both sites more conducive than in the reference period due to projected climatic conditions.
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/190990
10.1007/s10584-015-1587-8

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