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Control of bacterial spot of tomato and pepper seedlings with Agrimycin



Control of bacterial spot of tomato and pepper seedlings with Agrimycin



Plant Dis Reporter 38(6): 405-409



Xanthomonas vesicatoria, up to the present, has been almost impossible to control when conditions favorable to its spread obtain. Observations suggest that there is no optimum concn., such as is commonly used with fungicides, of Agrimycin in sprays for bacterial control. Rather, the amt. required in a given instance depends on the circumstances, more chemical being needed under conditions favorable to infection and rapid disease development than otherwise. Rainfall occurring within a few hr. after treatment appears to lessen the effectiveness, presumably by washing off the antibiotic before maximum absorption can occur. Excellent control was obtained with sprays containing 200 ppm. streptomycin and 20 ppm. terramycin (components of Agrimycin), yet as high as 1000 ppm. streptomycin may be required to give control. Control of bacterial spot on pepper is equally possible with Agrimycin.

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