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Efficacy of new Vitaflo 280 (Carbathiin and Thiram) to control soil- and seed borne diseases of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill), pea (Pisum sativum L.), and lentil (Lens culinaris Medicus) and compatibility with Rhizobium inoculants.

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Author(s):
Matus, A. , Sadleir, J. , Cronkwright, L. , McLeod, R.
Subject(s):
Phaseolus vulgaris , beans , Glycine max , soybeans , Pisum sativum , peas , Lens culinaris , lentils , fungal diseases of plants , soil-borne diseases , seed-borne diseases , anthracnose , Thanatephorus cucumeris , Phomopsis , Fusarium , Mycosphaerella pinodes , Botrytis cinerea , plant pathogenic fungi , pathogenicity , disease control , fungicides , application rate , toxicity , Rhizobium , symbiosis , nodulation , nitrogen fixation
Format:
p. 49-50.
Language:
English
Year:
2004
Collection:
Reports of Bean Improvement Cooperative and National Dry Bean Council Research Conference
Series:
Annual report.
Rights:
This item is authored by federal employees as part of their official duties and are therefore non-copyrightable and/or published by the federal government and now in the public domain.