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Experimental control of boll rot of cottons with triadimefon and boll coating agent



Experimental control of boll rot of cottons with triadimefon and boll coating agent



China Cottons ( 5): 43-44



In an experiment conducted in Aug. 1988 for control of Fusarium moniliforme cotton was sprayed with Sheed BCA (boll coating agent), triadimefon + cypermethrin and Aliette Control ranged from 27 to 61%, but fosetyl-A1 had inhibitory effects on the plants and reduced yield.

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