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Triticonazole based cereal seed treatments for the control of seed- and soil-borne diseases



Triticonazole based cereal seed treatments for the control of seed- and soil-borne diseases



Seed treatment: challenges and opportunities Proceedings of an international Symposium, Wishaw, North Warwickshire, UK, 26-27 February 2001: 99-104



When used in combination with other active ingredients, triticonazole has given excellent control of the major seed- and soilborne diseases of wheat and barley. In field trials (UK, 1994-98) on winter wheat, the control of artificially infected seed- and soilborne bunt has exceeded 99%, while the reduction of Microdochium nivale (Monographella nivalis) has resulted in double the number of emerged compared with untreated plants.

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