Chemical control of powdery mildew on sugar beets
AuthorDemetrios G. Kontaxis
Hilgardia 30(1):13-14. DOI:10.3733/ca.v030n01p13. January 1976.
Two applications of sulfur dust at 35 or 40 pounds per acre gave good control of sugar beet powdery mildew and was superior to Benomyl, wettable sulfur, cupric hydroxide, or three proprietary fungicides. None of the materials was phytotoxic.
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