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Control of Cercospora leafspot of sugar beet …under sprinkler irrigation

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A. O. Paulus, University of California, Agricultural Extension Service, Riverside
O. A. Harvey, University of California, Agricultural Extension Servise, Riverside
J. Nelson, Research Assistants, U.C., Riverside
F. Shibuya, Staff Research Assistants, U.C., Riverside
A. H. Holland, Farm Advisor, Santa Ana.

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California Agriculture 25(7):12-13.

Published July 01, 1971

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Benomyl was significantly better than all other materials tested for control of Cercospora leafspot of sugar beet when applied by ground or aerial application, and was equally effective on a 10-, 18-, or 21-day spray schedule. This is a progress report of research. Benomyl is not registered for use in sugar beets at this time.

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Control of Cercospora leafspot of sugar beet …under sprinkler irrigation

A. O. Paulus, O. A. Harvey, J. Nelson, F. Shibuya, A. H. Holland
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Control of Cercospora leafspot of sugar beet …under sprinkler irrigation

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Authors

A. O. Paulus, University of California, Agricultural Extension Service, Riverside
O. A. Harvey, University of California, Agricultural Extension Servise, Riverside
J. Nelson, Research Assistants, U.C., Riverside
F. Shibuya, Staff Research Assistants, U.C., Riverside
A. H. Holland, Farm Advisor, Santa Ana.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(7):12-13.

Published July 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Benomyl was significantly better than all other materials tested for control of Cercospora leafspot of sugar beet when applied by ground or aerial application, and was equally effective on a 10-, 18-, or 21-day spray schedule. This is a progress report of research. Benomyl is not registered for use in sugar beets at this time.

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