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Fungistatic effects of benzimidazole fungicides on Cephalosporium isolates

, : Fungistatic effects of benzimidazole fungicides on Cephalosporium isolates. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1976; 2: 132

Growth of 9 isolates and two putative mutants of C. diospyri was measured on media containing up to 1000 mu g/ml of benomyl or thiabendazole (TBZ). Fungal growth was determined after 10 days at 30 deg C on 0.8% wood-chip-extract agar. Isolates were obtained from persimmon from Tennessee and Texas and from 7 other Texas broadleaves.


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