- The PCR detection of karnal bunt of wheat.
- Karnal bunt is spread mainly by the planting of infected seeds.
- The disease was first reported in 1931 in wheat growing areas near the city of Karnal in the Indian State Of haryana.
- Calculate the average number of books read by Karnal in a month over the period of live months.
- Federal regulations prohibit entry into the United States of seeds, plants, unprocessed straw, chaff, and products of the milling process (other than flour) of wheat from countries where Karnal bunt is known to occur.
- The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulates wheat infected with Karnal bunt and restricts the wheat's movement to keep the fungus from spreading or being co-mingled with other wheat.