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Title: Field Evaluation of Three Triazole Fungicides Against Root Rot and Leaf Spot of Wheat, and on Its Productivity
Authors: Tag-El-Din
S. M. Al-Kherb
S. El-Hussieni
F. S. Suleiman
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: Three experiments were conducted on ARES at Dierab, for field evaluation of three triazoles fungicides, against root rot and leaf spot of wheat , and their effect on wheat productivity as well. The treatments included combinations of each of cyproconazole, flutriafol, and propiconazole with carbendazim. Recommended doses from the fungicides were applied, either early in the season, before heading and at both stages of growth. The first two experiments were replicated in two successive seasons, and one of them was artificially inoculated with Helminthosporium sativum, whereas the other was not. The third experiment was semi-large scale experiment. Measurements included the evaluation of disease index on each of the root and shoot system. Disease-associated fungi, as well as, those associated with grains were identified and their percentage of recovery were evaluated. Effects of the treatment on wheat growth and productivity were also evaluated.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/9386
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