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Control of Botrytis fruit rot in strawberry

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Howard Bowen, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana
Jerry Nelson, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana
Albert O. Paulus, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana
Victor Voth, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana

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California Agriculture 32(1):9-9.

Published January 01, 1978

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In field trials, BASF 352 treatments produced the least number of rotaffected Tioga and Tufts strawberries, and was one of the fungicides that most increased Tioga yield.

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Control of Botrytis fruit rot in strawberry

Howard Bowen, Jerry Nelson, Albert O. Paulus, Victor Voth
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Control of Botrytis fruit rot in strawberry

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Authors

Howard Bowen, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana
Jerry Nelson, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana
Albert O. Paulus, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana
Victor Voth, Department of Pomology, UC, Davis, are located at the South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(1):9-9.

Published January 01, 1978

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

In field trials, BASF 352 treatments produced the least number of rotaffected Tioga and Tufts strawberries, and was one of the fungicides that most increased Tioga yield.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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