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Control of Alternaria rot of apple fruits by post-harvest application of chemicals


, : Control of Alternaria rot of apple fruits by post-harvest application of chemicals. Indian Phytopathology 38(3): 471-474

Of a number of fungicides, growth regulators, fats and oils tested for the control of A. alternata, the most effective were Rovral (iprodione), maleic hydrazide and hydrogenated groundnut oil as both pre- and post-inoculation treatments.


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