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Chemical control of seed-borne diseases of wheat and barley

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Dennis H. Hall, Davis. Parlier, and Riverside, respectively.
Beth L. Teviotdale, Davis. Parlier, and Riverside, respectively.
Albert O. Paulus, Albert O. Paulus is Extension Plant Pathologists at Davis. Parlier, and Riverside, respectively.

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California Agriculture 32(5):14-15.

Published May 01, 1978

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When alkyl mercury compounds were prohibited as treatment for seed-born jdiseases of cereals, tests were begun to find effective controls that do not contain mecuryTests of more than fifty chemicals clearly demonstrated that seedborne disease of winter cereals can be effectively controlled with compounds that do not contain mercury.

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The authors wish to thank G. Nelson and W. Ishisaka, Research Associates, Riverside and Davis, resectively; and S. Kite, W. Pendery, K. Baghott, and O. Harvey, Farm Advisors in Kings, Tulare. Tulelake and Riverside counties, respectively, for help provided in these studies.

Chemical control of seed-borne diseases of wheat and barley

Dennis Hall, Beth L. Teviotdale, Albert O. Paulus
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Chemical control of seed-borne diseases of wheat and barley

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Dennis H. Hall, Davis. Parlier, and Riverside, respectively.
Beth L. Teviotdale, Davis. Parlier, and Riverside, respectively.
Albert O. Paulus, Albert O. Paulus is Extension Plant Pathologists at Davis. Parlier, and Riverside, respectively.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(5):14-15.

Published May 01, 1978

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

When alkyl mercury compounds were prohibited as treatment for seed-born jdiseases of cereals, tests were begun to find effective controls that do not contain mecuryTests of more than fifty chemicals clearly demonstrated that seedborne disease of winter cereals can be effectively controlled with compounds that do not contain mercury.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors wish to thank G. Nelson and W. Ishisaka, Research Associates, Riverside and Davis, resectively; and S. Kite, W. Pendery, K. Baghott, and O. Harvey, Farm Advisors in Kings, Tulare. Tulelake and Riverside counties, respectively, for help provided in these studies.


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