If registered, fungicide could reduce cavity spot of carrots
AuthorsR. Michael Davis
Joe J. Nuñez
John P. Guerard
Authors AffiliationsMichael Davis is Extension Plant Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis; Joe J. Nuñez is Staf Research Associate, Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis; John P. Guerard is Farm Advisor, Kern County; Elisabetta Vivoda is Graduate Student, Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis.
Hilgardia 45(2):29-30. DOI:10.3733/ca.v045n02p29. March 1991.
No control measures are now available for reducing losses to cavity spot, the most damaging carrot disease in California. Researchers have found a fungicide that provides excellent control of the disease, though it is not yet registered for use on carrots.
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