How to prevent and control spring wheat diseases?

As you may have noticed, when spring comes, wheat in the fields is particularly easy to occur white blight ear of wheat.
What's the reason for this?
After entering the spring, wheat resumes growth and enters the jointing stage. 
The first wave of root and stem diseases such as wheat sheath blight, stem base rot, and root rot disease follows. If not taken seriously, the wheat will become weak and easily die later, which will greatly affect the yield. 
To reduce the incidence and losses of diseases, and ensure stable summer grain production and increased income, it is recommended that growers choose appropriate fungicides and brassinolide to spray for prevention and control before wheat jointing to promote strong seedling growth. For pests such as aphids and thrips, growers can choose pesticides such as bifenthrin and thiamethoxam for prevention and control, and pay attention to avoid spraying during cold weather.
Below is a recommended great product to help the wheat field safely pass through the "high incidence of diseases" in the spring.
Suris (Thifluzamide 15% + Epoxiconazole 10% SC)
Product features:
1. Superiority combination of two great active ingredients, it can quickly inhibit the spread of diseases and reduce losses.
2. Second grinding, nanometer particle size, suitable for drone application, saving labor and time.
3. Good leaf protection effect, fuller grain filling, increase yield and income.
Trial results
Crop: wheat
Dosage: 1500 times dilution
Target: wheat sheath blight
CK group                      Treated group
CK group                      Treated group