Systemic fungicides for control of fusarium corm rot of gladiolus
AuthorsA. O. Paulus
Authors AffiliationsAlbert O. Paulus is Extension Plant Pathologist, University of California, Riverside; Seward Besemer is Farm Advisor, Agricultural Extension Service, San Diego county; F. Shibuya Extension Technicians, Agricultural Extension Service, University of California, Riverside; Jerry Nelson Extension Technicians, Agricultural Extension Service, University of California, Riverside.
Hilgardia 25(1):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v025n01p14. January 1971.
Benomyl and thiabendazole fungicides reduced the number of diseased plants and increased the number of flowers harvested when used to treat Fusarium-infected corms of gladiolus. In one trial, a 1-minute dip of benomyl was equal to a 20-minute dip of thiabendazole when comparing number of flowers harvested.
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