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Effect of eradicative activity of strobilurin fungicides and difenconazole on mycelium and sporulation of Venturia inaequalis



Effect of eradicative activity of strobilurin fungicides and difenconazole on mycelium and sporulation of Venturia inaequalis



Acta Agrobotanica 55(1): 49-58



The efficacy of two strobilurin fungicides (kresoxim-methyl and trifloxystrobin) and difenoconazole on activity of apple scab (V. inaequalis) spots was studied in apples grown in greenhouse and field conditions (Poland). The reaction of mycelium and sporulation of V. inaequalis after fungicide applications were observed under light and scanning electron microscopes. The mixture of strobilurin fungicide and difenoconazole applied twice, at 5 days interval, recorded the highest efficacy.

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