Foliar fungicides affect the quality of peanut seed germination and the infection of peanut seed by fungi

Bell, D.K.; Littrell, R.H.

Oleagineux 41(2): 71(-76)

1986


ISSN/ISBN: 0030-2082
Accession: 001370105

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Abstract
Normal germination of groundnut seeds from plants treated with benomyl + mancozeb + oil against leaf diseases was greater 7 months after harvest than after 1 month. This treatment also produced more dead seeds 1 month after harvest than did other treatments. Effects of foliar fungicides on seed germinability and fungal infection can be easily masked by extreme environmental conditions.