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Effect of chlorothalonil and captafol on brown-eye-spot disease

by Hanumantha, B.T; Kamanna, B.C; Nirmala Kannan; Govindarajan, T.S.
Publisher: 1994ISSN: 0374-8537.Subject(s): COFFEA | CERCOSPORA COFFEICOLA | ENFERMEDADES FUNGOSAS | CONTROL DE ENFERMEDADES | MORBOSIDAD | CONTROL QUIMICO | CLOROTALONIL | CATTAFOL | FUNGICIDAS | MODO DE ACCION | COFFEA | CERCOSPORA COFFEICOLA | FUNGAL DISEASES | DISEASE CONTROL | MORBIDITY | CHEMICAL CONTROL | CHLOROTHALONIL | FUNGICIDES | MECHANISM OF ACTION | COFFEA | CERCOSPORA COFFEICOLA | MALADIE FONGIQUE | CONTROLE DE MALADIES | MORBIDITE | LUTTE CHIMIQUE | CHLOROTHALONIL | FONGICIDE | MECANISME D'ACTION In: Journal of Coffee Research (India) v. 24(1) p. 15-21Summary: Effect of chlorothalonil and captafol were studied against brown-eye-spot disease. Among the fungicides screened captafol 0.3 per cent a.i. and 0.2 per cent a.i. was superior to the presently recommended Bavistin at 0.05 per cent and other treatments. A good retention of foliage and enhanced growth were recorded in plants treated with captafol at 0.3 per cent. Therefore spraying captafol at 0.3 per cent may be taken up at monthly intervals instead of bavistin 0.05 per cent in coffee nurseries.
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Effect of chlorothalonil and captafol were studied against brown-eye-spot disease. Among the fungicides screened captafol 0.3 per cent a.i. and 0.2 per cent a.i. was superior to the presently recommended Bavistin at 0.05 per cent and other treatments. A good retention of foliage and enhanced growth were recorded in plants treated with captafol at 0.3 per cent. Therefore spraying captafol at 0.3 per cent may be taken up at monthly intervals instead of bavistin 0.05 per cent in coffee nurseries.

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