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Control of pineapple heart rot caused by phytophthora parasitica and phytophthora cinnamomi with metalaxyl fosetyl al and phosphorous acid


Control of pineapple heart rot caused by phytophthora parasitica and phytophthora cinnamomi with metalaxyl fosetyl al and phosphorous acid



Plant Disease 69(4): 320-323



ISSN/ISBN: 0191-2917

Metalaxyl and fosetyl Al controlled pineapple heart rot, caused by P. parasitica and P. cinnamomi, and root rot, caused by P. cinnamomi. Preplant seed material dips with metalaxyl at 600 ppm and fosetyl Al at 1200 ppm resulted in significant control. Phosphorous acid, a hydrolysis product of fosetyl Al, at 3.36-6.72 kg/ha resulted in significant heart rot control and increased plant growth because of root rot control. In greenhouse studies, downward translocations of both fosetyl Al and phosphorous acid occurred within 24 h, and resulted in root rot control.

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