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Control of the eyespot disease (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides) in winter rye



Control of the eyespot disease (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides) in winter rye



Vastskyddsnotiser 42(3): 58-62



In trials with winter rye in 1974-7, carbendazim (as Bavistin) at 250-300 g/ha applied at Large growth stages 5-6 reduced the av. number of stems showing eyespot attack by 40-70% and increased av. grain yields by 8% (320 kg/ha). The fungicides Benlate and Bavistin showed similar effectiveness against eyespot.

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