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Results of five years of trials on Cercospora control in irrigated sugar beet crops


, : Results of five years of trials on Cercospora control in irrigated sugar beet crops. Compte Rendu, Congres d' Hiver, Institut International de Recherches Betteravieres (39): 459-474

In a five-year period of trials in Ferrara province, benomyl was rather more effective than TPTH in controlling Cercospora, and this difference was more evident at high disease levels and in the irrigated plots.

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