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Effect of soil treatment with dazomet (Basamid) on Orobanche crenata and Cuscuta planiflora



Effect of soil treatment with dazomet (Basamid) on Orobanche crenata and Cuscuta planiflora



Biology and management of Orobanche Proceedings of the third international workshop on Orobanche and related Striga research, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 8-12 November 1993: 576-579



Greenhouse trials were conducted to assess the effectiveness of dazomet for the control of Orobanche crenata and Cuscuta planiflora. Pot grown faba bean or Trifolium alexandrinum plants were exposed to the following treatments: the addition of O. crenata or C. planiflora seeds to the soil and treatment of the soil with 0.2, 0.4, 0.8 or 1.2 g dazomet/4 dmsuperscript 3; the addition of O. crenata and C. planiflora seeds only; and an uninfested control.

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