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Control of Botrytis cinerea in combining peas



Control of Botrytis cinerea in combining peas



1986 British Crop Protection Conference Pests and Diseases Vol 3: 1021-1025



The application of fungicides at full flower and early pod set stages to control B. cinerea and reduce produce staining was evaluated.

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