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Premium Control of Verticillium wilt transmission in strawberry runners with systemic benzimidazole‐type fungicides
Author(s)
JORDAN V. W. L.
Publication year1975
Publication title
annals of applied biology
Resource typeJournals
PublisherBlackwell Publishing Ltd
SUMMARY Pre‐planting root dips and soil drenches with benomyl, carbendazim (MBC), thiabendazole and thiophanate‐methyl were used to reduce disease severity in mother plants. Transmission of the pathogen Verticillium dahliae through stolons and into young runners was prevented by two applications of benomyl or thiophanate‐methyl at o‐i% active ingredient applied at stolon appearance and 1 month later. Sufficient concentrations of fungistatic residues were detected in all plant tissues to suppress the internal spread of the pathogen.
Subject(s)agronomy , benomyl , benzimidazole , biology , botany , carbendazim , chemistry , fungicide , horticulture , microbiology and biotechnology , organic chemistry , pathogen , stolon , verticillium dahliae , verticillium wilt , wilt disease
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.677
H-Index80
eISSN1744-7348
pISSN0003-4746
DOI10.1111/j.1744-7348.1975.tb00493.x

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