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Investigations on the mercurial and non-mercurial seed dressings used against the stinking smut of wheat



Investigations on the mercurial and non-mercurial seed dressings used against the stinking smut of wheat



Rocz Nauk Rolnicz Ser A 79(4): 989-1008



During 1953-1956 investigations were carried out in the Laboratory of Pesticides Investigations in Pulawy, concerning the control of Tilletia tritici in field conditions on alluvial loamy soil by the use of different seed dressings. In these trials the non-mercurial dressings, such as Thiuram, Tritisan, PCNB, Spergon, Phygon have been found to be as effective as the organomercurials Agrosan and Betoxin F. Smaller effects have been noted with non-mercurial dressings such as Nomersan, Captax, Fermate and with Ziarnik which contains mercury.

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