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Phytophthora root rot of avocado and Persea indica caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi was controlled by spraying or drenching with phosphorous acid Dartiallv neutralised with potassium hydroxide, or with phosethyl Al. Phosphoric acid drenches increased phytophthora root rot in avocado, whereas...
The comparative pathogenicity to wheat, of Fusarium graminearum Schwabe Group 1, F. culmorum (W.G. Sm) Sacc. and F. crookwellense Burgess, Nelson and Toussoun, was studied in pasteurised soil. F. graminearum Group 1 caused severe above ground symptoms earlier than the other species. It also...
Six disinfectants and a distilled water control were tested for their ability to suppress the growth of P. cinnamomi on Banksia grandis (Willde) leaf discs. Two immersion times (30 seconds and 120 seconds) and various concentrations of the chemicals were tested. it was found that of the six...
A manually-operated spraying secateur has been tested for its efficacy in delivering benomyl to apricot trees during pruning for protection against the woundinvading pathogen Eutypa lata. The data indicate that devices of this type, when correctly used, will deliver sufficient biocide suspension...
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