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Control of the spread of the brown ring formation virus disease in the lily Mid-Century hybrid Enchantment by mineral-oil sprays


, : Control of the spread of the brown ring formation virus disease in the lily Mid-Century hybrid Enchantment by mineral-oil sprays. Acta Horticulturae (36): 85-91

Several mineral-oil sprays were evaluated for control of the spread of the brown ring formation virus disease. Bulb yield losses were less than 5% with 2.5% Albolineum sprayed at weekly intervals from the beginning of May to the end of August. The efficacy of the oil sprays was lower when applications were made at 10-day intervals. Sprays used in certain periods of the season resulted in lower bulb yields compared with continuous application at weekly intervals.


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