Calculate yield and economic losses due to diseases in wheat diseases
Query multiple types of production and estimated yield loss data by timeframe, disease, and geographic area*
*Not all data categories are available for all locations and all years, and disease categories changed slightly as data collection progressed. Disease loss data was traditionally presented separately for the Northern U.S and Southern U.S., categories which differ from the states within regional IPM center groupings.
How to cite information from this resource:
Crop Protection Network. 2021. Estimates of corn, soybean, and wheat yield losses due to diseases and insect pests: an online tool. Https://loss.cropprotectionnetwork.org/. Doi.org/10.31274/cpn-20191121-0
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