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Timing of prochloraz sprays for control of cereal stem-base diseases

Timing of prochloraz sprays for control of cereal stem-base diseases

1986 British Crop Protection Conference Pests and Diseases Vol 3: 1185-1192

In trials during 1984-86, cereal fungicides based on prochloraz showed greater effectiveness and flexibility in application timing for the control of Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides on winter wheat and winter barley than carbendazim. GS 30-31 is, in general, the best timing for a single prochloraz treatment for stem-base disease control but in some crops earlier or later timings have proved equally or more effective.

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