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Research on the biology, ecology and control of pear scab (Endostigme pirina), white leaf spot (Mycosphaerella sentina) and brown leaf spot (Diplocarpon soraueri), and the effect of fungicides on the keeping quality of the fruit of the pear cv. Cure



Research on the biology, ecology and control of pear scab (Endostigme pirina), white leaf spot (Mycosphaerella sentina) and brown leaf spot (Diplocarpon soraueri), and the effect of fungicides on the keeping quality of the fruit of the pear cv. Cure



Lucrarile Stiintifice ale Institutului de Cercetari pentru Pomicultura, Pitesti 5: 325-339



Recommendations, based on trials, are made for the control of the 3 diseases. The most effective fungicides were Topsin NF 44 Benlate 50 Delan 75 Orthocide 50 and Dithane M45 Bordeaux mixture caused severe fruit russeting.

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