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Control of ergot sclerotia and fragments in rye and smooth meadow grass seed with Baytan Universal

, : Control of ergot sclerotia and fragments in rye and smooth meadow grass seed with Baytan Universal. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 42(1): 18

Since it is very difficult to separate intact and broken sclerotia of Claviceps purpurea from rye and smooth meadow grass seeds after harvest of an infected crop, experimental mixtures of seeds and sclerotia were treated with Baytan Universal (triadimenol + fuberidazole + imazalil). Treatment reduced the germination rate of the sclerotia from 94.5 to 1.9% in rye, but only reduced it from 88.3 to 37.0% in P. pratensis.

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