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Factors affecting the efficiency of metham-sodium in controlling Verticillium dahliae


, : Factors affecting the efficiency of metham-sodium in controlling Verticillium dahliae. Acta Horticulturae ( 255): 227-234

Metham-sodium (MES) was applied via a sprinkler irrigation system to control V. dahliae and other soilborne pathogens. The effectiveness of MES in controlling V. dahliae throughout the top 40 cm soil layer was influenced by mode of application of the chemical (concentrate vs. dilute); type of soil; soil moisture; and rate of water application.

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