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Control of black rot disease of cauliflower by some chemicals


, : Control of black rot disease of cauliflower by some chemicals. Pesticides (Bombay) 20(9): 51-52

Spraying with 100 and 200 PPM Agrimycine was found to be the best among all other treatments with a disease [Xanthomonas campestris] intensity percentage of 8.0 only. Pauschmycine proved less effective than Agrimycin, followed by Streptocycline. Bavistin probably did not have any effect on the disease [India].

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