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Experience with the new guidelines for testing plant protection products for disinfecting ornamentals



Experience with the new guidelines for testing plant protection products for disinfecting ornamentals



Gesunde Pflanzen 42(10): 377-380



The new guidelines set by the Federal Biological Research Centre of Agriculture and Forestry in the German Federal Republic are discussed. The screening process has been carried out with the disinfectant Venno-Cycla 2 as an example and the results of the lab. and greenhouse trials are given.

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