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Controlling rose powdery mildew in field and nursery

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A. O. Paulus, University of California, Riverside.
J. Nelson, University of California, Riverside.
F. Shibuya, University of California, Riverside.
M. Miller, Riverside County is Farm Advisor, Los Angeles County.
R. G. Maire, Los Angeles County.

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California Agriculture 25(5):10-11.

Published May 01, 1971

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Powdery mildew of rose, caused by the fungus, Sphaerotheca pannosa, results in unsightly leaves and flowers and may cause reduced growth. Recently, several new systemic and non-systemic fungicides have become available. These studies were initiated to evaluate these new materials for powdery mildew control in southern California.

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Controlling rose powdery mildew in field and nursery

A. O. Paulus, J. Nelson, F. Shibuya, M. Miller, R. G. Maire
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Controlling rose powdery mildew in field and nursery

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Authors

A. O. Paulus, University of California, Riverside.
J. Nelson, University of California, Riverside.
F. Shibuya, University of California, Riverside.
M. Miller, Riverside County is Farm Advisor, Los Angeles County.
R. G. Maire, Los Angeles County.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(5):10-11.

Published May 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Powdery mildew of rose, caused by the fungus, Sphaerotheca pannosa, results in unsightly leaves and flowers and may cause reduced growth. Recently, several new systemic and non-systemic fungicides have become available. These studies were initiated to evaluate these new materials for powdery mildew control in southern California.

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