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The use of Tinox to control red spider on cucumbers under glass


, : The use of Tinox to control red spider on cucumbers under glass. Dtsch. Gartenb, 8: 174. bibl. 4

Red spider was satisfactorily controlled by treating each plant with 1 litre of 0.05% Tinox at 3-week intervals, covering the period before, during and after harvesting.

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