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Recommendations for the use of non-mercurial seed dressings for the control of seed-and soil-borne diseases



Recommendations for the use of non-mercurial seed dressings for the control of seed-and soil-borne diseases



N.Z. Wheat Review., 9: 54-55



Good control of loose smut and bunt and T. foetida) at infection levels encountered in the field was obtained with recommended dosages of captan, thiram, COBH, or methyl arsenic sulphide+COBH, which are less deleterious to germination than the organic mercurials still in general use.

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