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Studies on weather fleck on tobacco leaves. 19. Screening of chemicals for control of ozone injury to tobacco



Studies on weather fleck on tobacco leaves. 19. Screening of chemicals for control of ozone injury to tobacco



Bulletin of the Okayama Tobacco Experiment Station (35): 75-85



Protective effects against weather fleck were shown with benzimidazole and its derivatives, carboxin and oxycarboxin applied to the soil or leaves. Methylenedioxyphenyl derivatives and insecticide synergists were effective when applied to leaves. The most effective treatments were the methylenedioxyphenyl derivatives piperonyl butoxide and safroxane and benzimidazole which gave 0-30% control.

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