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Among plant pathogenic organisms, fungi are a major reason for crop losses around the world and have a significant impact on yield and quality. Previous studies suggest that up to 42% yield loss caused by fungal diseases can be prevented by applying foliar fungicides to winter wheat. Local wheat production data on fungicide application, yield, and disease severity for four soft-red winter wheat cultivars (Magnolia, Terral LA841, Pioneer 25R47, Coker 9553) for two years (2011 and 2012) in threedoi:10.1016/j.cropro.2014.09.007 fatcat:pyyhsxc4dfe3ditaw4cw4idhtm