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Fungicides for control of chrysanthemum rust

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Arthur H. McCain , Department of Plant Pathology
Karen Gonot, Department of Plant Pathology

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California Agriculture 33(4):7-7.

Published April 01, 1979

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Because some of the newer, more effective rust fungicides had not been evaluated for control of rust of chrysanthemum, a study was undertaken to identify which chemicals are most effective against the disease. Zineb and chlorothalonil provided excellent control when sprayed before infection; oxycarboxin, applied through drip or tube irrigation systems, provided excellent control with less worker exposure and no visible residue.

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Fungicides for control of chrysanthemum rust

Arthur H. McCain, Karen Gonot
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Fungicides for control of chrysanthemum rust

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Authors

Arthur H. McCain , Department of Plant Pathology
Karen Gonot, Department of Plant Pathology

Publication Information

California Agriculture 33(4):7-7.

Published April 01, 1979

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Because some of the newer, more effective rust fungicides had not been evaluated for control of rust of chrysanthemum, a study was undertaken to identify which chemicals are most effective against the disease. Zineb and chlorothalonil provided excellent control when sprayed before infection; oxycarboxin, applied through drip or tube irrigation systems, provided excellent control with less worker exposure and no visible residue.

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