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Efficacy of seed treatment to control fusarial wilt on arboreum cotton


, : Efficacy of seed treatment to control fusarial wilt on arboreum cotton. Pesticides (Bombay) 23(9): 50-51

Six fungicides were tested as seed treatment on arboreum variety LD230 to check Fusarial wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum under wilt sick conditions. All treatments were significantly better than the control. The seed treatments with Bavistin, Darosal and Topsin M @ 2g/kg of seed were found to be more effective in reducing the incidence of wilt.


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