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Control of Verticillium wilt of Cotton by spraying foliage with benomyl and thiabendazole solubilized with hydrochloric acid






Phytopathology. 61: 4, 433-434

Control of Verticillium wilt of Cotton by spraying foliage with benomyl and thiabendazole solubilized with hydrochloric acid

Will was prevented in plants sprayed twice with TBZ (pH 2.7) and benomyl (1-5) at 2500-10, 000 ppm before inoculation. No phytotoxicity was observed and both treatments were curative when applied to inoculated plants showing initial symptoms.


Accession: 014399037



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