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An assessment of the need for routine use of organomercurial cereal seed treatment fungicides



An assessment of the need for routine use of organomercurial cereal seed treatment fungicides



Field Crops Research 13(1): 3-24



In field trials for 5 years with 41 stocks of spring barley and 36 of winter wheat, establishment of wheat increased from 59 to 65% with organomercurial fungicide treatment of the seeds, while establishment of barley was not affected. Seedling disease was approx. 2-3 times greater in untreated crops, but there were no significant differences in overall mean yield.

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DOI: 10.1016/0378-4290(86)90003-1



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