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Powdery mildew and brown rust of wheat. Following the performance in the field of fungicides with different modes of action

, : Powdery mildew and brown rust of wheat. Following the performance in the field of fungicides with different modes of action. Phytoma 50(501): 22-26

Field trials were carried out in France between 1992 and 1996 in order to compare the development of the efficacy of fungicides with different modes of action against powdery mildew and brown rust on wheat in order to detect at a very early stage possible changes in the activity of these fungicides, which may indicate a shift towards resistant populations.

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