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Differential behaviour of fungicides against Alternaria blight of some cruciferous hosts



Differential behaviour of fungicides against Alternaria blight of some cruciferous hosts



Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 1989; 18(2): 122-127



Control of A. brassicae on radish, raya, cauliflower, cabbage and turnip was positively correlated with persistence of fungicides. Captafol (0.2%) provided max. control and persisted longest on all the hosts. Mancozeb, zineb and copper oxychloride at 0.3% exhibited highly differential behaviour against this disease due to varying levels of persistence. Copper oxychloride enhanced disease intensity on all the hosts after a brief period of protection.

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