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Relationship between fungicidal control of loose smut of wheat and yield loss


, : Relationship between fungicidal control of loose smut of wheat and yield loss. Indian Phytopathology 45(3): 364-366

The stability of fungicides (carboxin, carbendazim, triadimefon and biloxazol) used for the control of loose smut, caused by Ustilago segetum var. tritici, in wheat and their relationship with yield losses was evaluated. All of the test fungicides gave effective control of loose smut and increased yield and grain weight. Seed treatment with triadimefon, carbendazim and carboxin was more effective than with biloxazol.


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