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Comparative assessment of effectiveness of fungicides against Septoria avenae f.sp. avenae



Comparative assessment of effectiveness of fungicides against Septoria avenae f.sp. avenae



Phytoprotection 56(1): 31-41



Effective doses (ED) of systemic and non-systemic fungicides were determined for 50% and 95% growth inhibition of S. a. f.sp. avenae (Leptosphaeria avenaria) on agar and inoculated, detached oat leaves. Some of the results were checked in field plots. Inhibition was generally greater on detached leaves except for benomyl, thiram and anilazin which, though effective, were more active on agar. In the leaf method, thiophanate-methyl had an ED 95 of 350 ppm compared with 35 ppm for benomyl.

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