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Benomyl Controls Phomopsis Blight on Arizona Cypress in a NurseryAuthor(s): W. B. Smyly; T. H. Filer
Source: Plant Disease Reporter 57(1):59-61
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionIn north-central Mississippi, 0.5 lb/acre of active benomyl controlled blight caused by Phomopsis juniperovora on first-year nursery seedlings of Cupressus arizonica; no phytotoxicity was observed. Other non-mercuric chemicals did not give control at rates tested.
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CitationSmyly, W. B.; Filer, T. H., Jr. 1973. Benomyl Controls Phomopsis Blight on Arizona Cypress in a Nursery. Plant Disease Reporter 57(1):59-61.
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