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Strawberry fruit rot losses in both field and storage reduced with fungicide application

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A. S. Greathead
F. G. Mitchell
A. H. McCain

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California Agriculture 16(11):13-13.

Published November 01, 1962

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Field applications of the fungicides captan or thiram, for control of Botrytis, fruit rot of strawberries, resulted in yield increases of 333 to 388 crates per acre of marketable fruit, in recent Monterey County tests. The fungicides also reduced the amount of fruit rot in storage by 22 to 34 per cent as compared with fruit from check plots.

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Strawberry fruit rot losses in both field and storage reduced with fungicide application

A. S. Greathead, F. G. Mitchell, A. H. McCain
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Strawberry fruit rot losses in both field and storage reduced with fungicide application

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Authors

A. S. Greathead
F. G. Mitchell
A. H. McCain

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(11):13-13.

Published November 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Field applications of the fungicides captan or thiram, for control of Botrytis, fruit rot of strawberries, resulted in yield increases of 333 to 388 crates per acre of marketable fruit, in recent Monterey County tests. The fungicides also reduced the amount of fruit rot in storage by 22 to 34 per cent as compared with fruit from check plots.

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