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BioVision Seed Labs: Fusarium graminearum in wheat and barley

Fusarium graminearum testing of wheat and barley seed is a critical step in best management practices, and is required under the Alberta Pest Control Act prior to the sale/sowing of seed. This pathogen is closely monitored by the grain, malt and livestock industries, as it produces vomitoxin (DON) in cereal grains. Two detection methods are available at BioVision: Plated and DNA.

Read specific details about the test methods available for Fusarium.

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BioVision Seed Labs: Pathology testing of cereals and pulses

Seed disease testing is common practice for cereals, canola and pulses in Canada. At BioVision Seed Labs, we analyze seed pathogens via culture media, DNA and ELISA. These seed tests target both agricultural disease presence, as well as end-use grain quality.

Read more in our Pathology Technical Bulletin attached.

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