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Control of bean rust using protective systemic fungicides

, : Control of bean rust using protective systemic fungicides. Seiva 45(95): 1-16

In greenhouse experiments, chlorothalonil (1125 p.p.m.), mancozeb (1200), bitertanol (125), thiophanate-methyl + thiram (400), triadimefon (125), triforine (100) and oxycarboxin (375) gave good protection of Phaseolus vulgaris when sprayed up to 15 d before inoculation with urediospores of Uromyces phaseoli var. typica Oxycarboxin and triforine showed curative effects when sprayed up to 6 d after inoculation and bitertanol and triadimefon up to 3 d.

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