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Variability in performance of biological and fungicidal seed treatments in corn, peas, and soybeans



Variability in performance of biological and fungicidal seed treatments in corn, peas, and soybeans



Protection Ecology 3(1): 55-61



Seed treatment of maize, peas and soyabeans with various organisms gave field stands of 65-177% and yields of 73-181% of those obtained using untreated seeds; corresponding figures for fungicide seed treatment were 121-189% and 106-129%. In some trials, Chaetomium globosum and Trichoderma harzianum on maize, Penicillium oxalicum on peas, and T. harzianum and Pseudomonas spp. on soyabean gave yield increases comparable with fungicide treatment, but the variability was greater.

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