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File PDF document 2009 Pinto Bean Response to Tank Mixtures with Proline Fungicide - Carrington
The results from a 2009 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test pinto bean response to tank mixtures with Proline fungicide.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2009
File 2011 Field Evaluation of the Fungicides Endura and Proline for Management of Ascochyta Blight of Chickpeas - Carrington and Minot (summary)
Under conditions of very high disease pressure (susceptible chickpea variety and a very wet summer), Endura performed comparably to Proline in one trial and significantly worse than Proline in a second trial. The poor efficacy demonstrated by Endura in Minot suggests that Endura may not be the optimal fungicide to use in rotation with Proline.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2011
File 2011 Field Evaluation of the Fungicides Endura and Proline for Management of Ascochyta Blight of Chickpeas - Carrington and Minot (technical report)
Under conditions of very high disease pressure (susceptible chickpea variety and a very wet summer), Endura performed comparably to Proline in one trial and significantly worse than Proline in a second trial. The poor efficacy demonstrated by Endura in Minot suggests that Endura may not be the optimal fungicide to use in rotation with Proline.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2011
File 2011 Field Evaluation of the Fungicides Vertisan and Proline for Management of Ascochyta Blight of Chickpeas - Carrington and Williston (technical report)
Under conditions of very high disease pressure (susceptible chickpea variety and a very wet summer), Vertisan performed equivalently to a rotational strategy with Proline and Endura.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2011
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