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Persistence of fungicides in groundnut foliage

, : Persistence of fungicides in groundnut foliage. Current Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore 16(11): 154-155

The 3 systemic fungicides Baycor (triadimenol), Benodanil (iodobenzanilide) and Plantvax (oxycarboxin) persisted for > 16 d in the treated plants in sufficient amounts to inhibit the germination of rust (Puccinia arachidis) urediospores.

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