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Studies on the control of root-rot diseases of cereals caused by Fusarium culmorum (W. G. Sm.) Sacc. and Helminthosporium sativum P., E., and B. III. Effect of seed treatment on the control of root rot and on the yield of Wheat


Studies on the control of root-rot diseases of cereals caused by Fusarium culmorum (W. G. Sm.) Sacc. and Helminthosporium sativum P., E., and B. III. Effect of seed treatment on the control of root rot and on the yield of Wheat



Sci. Agric 15(9): 607-620



The results of laboratory, greenhouse, and field experiments from 1932 to 1934 showed that seed treatment with semesan and ceresan both in liquid and in dust form, and also new improved ceresan and uspulun in liquid form gave good control of the foot rot of wheat, oats, and barley, caused by Fusarium culmorwn and Helminthosporium sativum in Canada. All the liquid organic mercury compounds were used at the concentration of 5 per cent.

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