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Studies on the damping-off disease of cotton in the U.A.R. III. Effect of depth of seeding on the incidence and control of the disease through the use of the fungicide Granosan



Studies on the damping-off disease of cotton in the U.A.R. III. Effect of depth of seeding on the incidence and control of the disease through the use of the fungicide Granosan



J Bot United Arab Repub 5: 125-136



Increasing the depth of seeding of cotton seeds was accompanied by a statistically significant decrease in the percentage survival of seedlings of 2 cotton varieties. This was attributed to the difficulties encountered by seedlings in penetrating through soil in deep seeding and the consequent exposure of such seedlings to the damping-off causal organism prevailing in the surface layers of the soil for considerably long periods. Seed dressing with Granosan at the rate of 0.25% by weight of the dry seed led to a statistically significant increase in percentage survival of the 2 cotton varieties used.

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