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Inhibition of powdery mildew fungus by chlordane



Inhibition of powdery mildew fungus by chlordane



Phytopathology 52(2): 173-174



Chlordane acts as a protectant when wheat plants are sprayed with a suspension 24 hours before inoculation with Erysiphe graminis tritici. A suspension of chlordane containing 3 g/liter active ingredient gave protection for 3 weeks. Chlordane did not adversely affect infection by Puccinia graminis tritici, Septoria tritici, Septoria nodorum, or certain cereal viruses. In work with powdery mildew, the use of chlordane as an insect control should be avoided.

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