Heterogeneity of Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat: Multi-scale Distributions and Temporal Variation in Relation to Environment

Fig. 4. Spearman rank correlation coefficients for the association between Fusarium head blight intensity in Ohio wheat and environment. The horizontal axis represents the starting time of the window (closest to the end of the season) of defined length, with day 0 representing 30 June, and day -280 representing 24 September. The labeled time corresponds to the part of the window closest to crop maturity (for instance, with a 30-day window, the labeled time of -40 corresponds to a window from 40 days before crop maturity to 69 days before maturity). Red vertical bars represent correlation coefficients for individual significance at α = 0.005.



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Heterogeneity of Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat: Multi-scale Distributions and Temporal Variation in Relation to Environment