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Control of Albugo candida race 7 in Brassica campestris cv. Torch by foliar, seed, and soil applications of metalaxyl



Control of Albugo candida race 7 in Brassica campestris cv. Torch by foliar, seed, and soil applications of metalaxyl



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 9(2): 137-145



Metalaxyl was active against A. candida race 7 the cause of white rust and staghead of Torch rape. Treating the seed with metalaxyl at 5.0 g a.i./kg controlled foliar infection in the growth chamber up to the 6th leaf stage. When sprayed on the plants up to 4 d post-inoculation, metalaxyl reduced foliar infection by at least 95%. The EC50 and EC95 were in the range 7.5-20 micro g a.i./ml and 57-91 micro g a.i./ml, respectively.

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