Control of damping off and root rot of sesame (Sesamum orientale) caused by Thielavia terricola var. minor by soil drenching with fungicides and antibiotics and their efficacy in treatment of seeds

Chakravarti, B.P.; Shekhawat, P.S.; Anilkumar, T.B.

Indian Phytopathology 26(4): 646-649

1973


ISSN/ISBN: 0367-973X
Accession: 000050650

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Abstract
Ziram and brassicol were effective both as seed treatments and soil drenches, cupramar, copper sandoz, fytolan, dithane Z-78, ziram, aureofungin and brassicol only as soil drenches, and actidione was phytotoxic.