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The control of fungal root pathogens of ornamental foliage plants in hydroculture

, : The control of fungal root pathogens of ornamental foliage plants in hydroculture. Proceedings of the 8th International congress on soilless culture, Hunter' s Rest, South Africa, 2-9 October, 1992: 513-526

Various Busan products, including 2-(thiocyanomethylthio)-benzothiazole (TCMTB) (as Busan 30WB), quaternary ammonium compounds (as Busan 1055, Busan 1032 and Busan 77) and fentin acetate + maneb (as Brestan) were tested in small recirculating hydroculture units for efficacy in controlling conidial and pythiaceous fungi. TCMTB gave good control at 10 micro l a.i./litre for 1 week and complete control at 20 micro l a.i./litre. Plants of Spathiphyllum sp.

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