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Effect of root diseases on the wheat crop


Effect of root diseases on the wheat crop



Poda Uroda 23: 196-197



Factors influencing the occurrence of root rots (Cochliobolus sativus, Fusarium spp.) in Czechoslovakia are discussed and some control measures indicated. Fungicides based on benomyl in combination with urea and herbicides are the most effective. Application of fundazol in 1974 increased yield of var.

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