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The duration of control (days after spraying that the mean percent leaf area affected remained less than 5%) of stripe rust of wheat with a single foliar spray of either propiconazole or triadimefon on wheat cultivars differing in susceptibility to the disease was determined. Both chemicals were...
The first record in Victoria of root rot on tomatoes caused by Phytophthora nicotianae var. nicotianae is presented. The fungus was consistently associated with the disease in commercial tomato crops. In glasshouse tests on potted plants in soil artificially infested with zoospores of P....
Cereal pathologists have been isolating a fungus from stem bases, crowns and roots of wheat, barley and oats which is now identified as Phoma sclerotioides. Although this fungus has not been recorded previously from the Southern Hemisphere, it appears to be widespread in southern Australian...
New plant disease records for New Zealand are reported, some of which are new world records. New records of pathogens on widely grown plants include: Calortectria kyotensls on Actinidia, Cyclamen, Daucus and Diospyros; Cylindrocladium scoparium on Feijoa, Platycladus and Thuja; Drechslera...
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