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Camellia flower blight: a summary of nine years of tests with flower protectant fungicides


, : Camellia flower blight: a summary of nine years of tests with flower protectant fungicides. American Camellia Yearbook ( 45): 169-173

The test results show that the use of flower protectant sprays is a valid approach to the control of this disease, caused by Ciborinia camelliae. Bayleton has been registered for camellia flower blight control and gave disease reductions ranging from 77 to 31% in different tests.

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