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Effect of wheat seed treatment with fungicides on the control of Cochliobolus sativus and Phaeosphaeria nodorum






Fitopatologia Brasileira 12(3): 181-184

Effect of wheat seed treatment with fungicides on the control of Cochliobolus sativus and Phaeosphaeria nodorum

In the lab., guazatine, prochloraz, iprodione + thiram and iprodione + thiram + benomyl were highly effective in suppressing C. sativus and P. nodorum on seeds. In the field, all the fungicides except thiram + benomyl significantly reduced the passage of the pathogens from seeds to roots, crowns and aerial parts of the plant.

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