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In 2006 effects of two cropping systems: conventional and organic on population of bacteria, yeasts and filamentous fungi colonizing ears, at different stages of their development, of two winter wheat cultivars ('Roma' and 'Zyta') were compared. Populations of saprotrophic fungi, particularly yeasts, on ears grown under conventional cropping system were not significantly reduced by fungicides applied in the system as compared to the organic one. At the milk kernel stage total numbers offatcat:xx45s6p2mrcbre5ddh42hfyjyy