New systemic fungicide controls downy mildew of broccoli
Authors AffiliationsAlbert Paulus is Plant Pathologist. UC. Riverside; Marvin Snyder is Farm Advisor, Santa Barbara County; Judy Gafney was Extension Assistant, Santa Barbara County; Jerry Nelson is Staff Research Associate. UC Riverside; Harry Otto is Farm Advisor, Orange County.
Hilgardia 32(11):12-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n11p12. November 1978.
AbstractCiba Geigy 48988, which became available in 1976 for testing for control of downy mildew, was effective when applied as a seed treatment, foliar spray, or as granules on the soil.
Paulus A, Snyder M, Gafney J, Nelson J, Otto H. 1978. New systemic fungicide controls downy mildew of broccoli. Hilgardia 32(11):12-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n11p12
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