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Copper 8 quinolinolate for control of corynebacterium michiganense pathovar sepedonicum on potato seed pieces and handling equipment



Copper 8 quinolinolate for control of corynebacterium michiganense pathovar sepedonicum on potato seed pieces and handling equipment



Plant Disease 69(5): 422-425



Every year, C. michiganense pathovar sepedonicum (Cms) from infected certified seed potatoes and previously contaminated seed-handling equipment and storages is spread to clean seed. Aqueous sprays of the relatively noncorrosive copper 8-quinolinolate at 0.5-3 kg a.i.[active ingredient]/l controlled Cms on contaminated wood, polyurethane foam and urethane rubber surfaces found on potato seed-handling equipment in 6 yr of trials. When the chemical was sprayed on contaminated seed-piece surfaces, it failed to control the bacteria and was phytotoxic. The registered rate (0.5-3 kg a.i./l) would be considered nonphytotoxic if sprayed on surfaces of seed-handling equipment. This rate eliminated most Cms on seed-handling equipment in commercial potato culture but did not guarantee against ring-rot contamination in a certified seed program.

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