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Results of fungicide trials from a disease-prone area


, : Results of fungicide trials from a disease-prone area. Rasen, Grunflachen, Begrunungen 7(3): 77-79

Turf areas in the Alps are severely damaged by the overwintering fungi Fusarium nivale and (particularly) Typhula sp. The amount of damage depends mainly on the soil temperature, the snow cover and its duration, and the species of which the sward is composed. Fungicide trials on golf greens are reported. The best disease control was obtained with (in descending order) Fusatov Royal, Brassicol w.p.

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