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Evaluation of chemicals against Thielaviopsis basicola on tobacco in vitro and in soil



Evaluation of chemicals against Thielaviopsis basicola on tobacco in vitro and in soil



Petria 2(1): 19-27



Of 9 fungicides evaluated in vitro, benomyl, thiabendazole, triadimenol and dazomet inhibited mycelial growth of T. basicola, but only dazomet at 40 and 80 p.p.m. a.i. was fungitoxic. Fosetyl-Al and metam-sodium greatly reduced fungal growth at 40 and 80 p.p.m. a.i., while iprodione, vinclozolin and tolclofos-methyl were only slightly effective. Alachlor, metolachlor, metobromuron and pendimethalin were more active against T. basicola than diphenamid.

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