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Chemotherapeutic effects of oxycarboxin 20 EC on coffee leaf rust



Chemotherapeutic effects of oxycarboxin 20 EC on coffee leaf rust



Pesticides 11(3): 46-49



The fungicide showed systemic, eradicant and antisporulant action against Hemileia vastatrix when applied as a spray to the foliage and a soil drench to the roots. From roots it translocated to leaves and controlled the disease. Foliar spraying was easy and gave the better control. Oxycarboxin was significantly superior to Bordeaux, preventing germination and sporulation at 0.02% and higher a.i. concs. When applied to the upper leaf surface it controlled infection on the lower one.

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