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Behaviour of fungicides and various spray schedules in the control of apple scab



Behaviour of fungicides and various spray schedules in the control of apple scab



International Journal of Tropical Plant Diseases 1(2): 181-185



In on-season sprays, protectant fungicides (dodine, captafol, bitertanol and fenapronil) provided better escape for leaves and fruits from primary scab than the systemic ones. At reduced rates of application these compounds also effectively controlled secondary scab. Good control of secondary scab was given by Delan benzimidazoles, Daconil Dithane M-45 Dithane Z-78 Wettasul, Cuman-L and Ziron.

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