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Chemical immunization of potato and tomato


Zashchita Rastenii (7): 12-13
Chemical immunization of potato and tomato
In field trials treatment of seed potatoes with thiram reduced incidence on haulms of Macrosporium solani by 15-18% and of Phytophthora infestans by 6-18%. Pre-sowing treatment of tubers + spraying of haulms with hydroquinone reduced incidence of P. infestans by 22-34% and of A. solani by a factor >3.5. Among antibiotics kasumin and polymycin were the most effective against A. solani.


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