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Control of papaya powdery mildew through fungicidal spray


, : Control of papaya powdery mildew through fungicidal spray. Indian Journal of Horticulture 43(3/4): 295-298

Eight different systemic fungicides were evaluated in field trials with young trees of the pawpaw Washington. In one experiment, the first spray was applied in Sep. when the disease (Oidium caricae) appeared and it was repeated at 15-day intervals (number of sprays unspecified). In a second experiment, 3 fungicides were applied at intervals ranging from 10 to 45 days.

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