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Inter-action between soil-applied herbicides and soil-borne diseases



Inter-action between soil-applied herbicides and soil-borne diseases



Israel France Symposium; Behaviour of Pesticides in Soil; Summaries of Lectures (Publication Speciale 48): 19-21



In field and glasshouse trials the possible mechanisms involved in the increase of Rhizoctonia solani-induced damping off disease in Capsicum frutescens treated with diphenamid were studied. It was found that the herbicide was slightly toxic to the pathogen and did not stimulate its growth in vitro, its respiration and glucose utilization in sterile soil, or its virulence to pepper, nor was pepper seedling resistance to R. solani affected by pre-treatment with diphenamid.

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