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Response of spike disease of sandal to mixed treatment with antibiotics and fungicides



Response of spike disease of sandal to mixed treatment with antibiotics and fungicides



Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B 41(4): 340-342



Sandal plants with the disease recovered from symptoms 25-30 days after treatment with benlate + terramycin or terramycin alone and after 30-35 days with benlate + ledermycin or ledermycin alone; achromycin, aureomycin or benlate were less effective. The recovery lasted for 120-150 days in mixed treatments whereas with ledermycin or terramycin alone it lasted 50-60 days, with benlate 80-90 days achromycin or aureomycin 30-40 days.

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