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Control of loose smut infection in wheat by physical and chemical methods of seed treatment



Control of loose smut infection in wheat by physical and chemical methods of seed treatment



PKV Research Journal 9(1): 56-58



None of the 5 physical methods tested completely eradicated Ustilago tritici from wheat seed collected from infected fields. Of the chemical treatments, Vitavax 2% was the most effective; steep and dry applications to seeds gave 96.5 and 90.4% control, respectively. Bavistin Benlate and Benlate T gave 86, 82 and 77.6% control, respectively.

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