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File 2013 Towards the Development of Integrated Management Recommendations for Sclerotinia on Soybeans: Lessons from the 2013 Field Season
Results of a 2013 study to integrate the use of foliar fungicides, row spacing, and partially-resistant varieties.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2013
File Troff document 2013 Development of Robust Screening Methods to Evaluate Sunflowers for Resistance to Sclerotinia Head Rot
Efforts to identify strategies to improve the accuracy and repeatability of screening results.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2013
File 2014 Managing White Mold in Dry Beans and Soybeans
Michael Wunsch's presentation from the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop. This covers various methods to cause, deal, or prevent white mold.
Located in Documents / Events / 2014
File ECMAScript program 2013 Disease Rating Slides
The disease rating handout given at the 2013 Carrington Research Extension Center Row Crop Tour.
Located in Documents / / 2013 / Row Crop Tour
File ECMAScript program 2013 Fungicides & Row Spacing Slides
The fungicides and row spacing handout given at the 2013 Carrington Research Extension Center Row Crop Tour.
Located in Documents / / 2013 / Row Crop Tour
File PDF document 2005 Evaluation of Canola Cultivars for Resistance to Sclerotinia
The results from a 2005 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to evaluate canola cultivars for resistance to sclerotinia.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2005
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Commercial Lentil Varieties for Susceptibility to Anthracnose - Carrington (summary)
‘CDC Imigreen CL’ (a medium-green lentil) and ‘CDC Viceroy’ (a small green lentil) exhibited the best resistance to anthracnose. The medium-green lentil ‘CDC Richlea’ and the large-green lentils ‘Pennell’ and ‘Riveland’ showed elevated susceptibility to anthracnose.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Commercial Lentil Varieties for Susceptibility to Sclerotinia - Carrington (summary)
The small-green lentil ‘CDC Viceroy’, extra-small red lentil ‘CDC Impala CL’, and small-red lentil ‘CDC Maxim CL’ exhibited excellent tolerance to Sclerotinia and yielded well under high Sclerotinia disease pressure. Among medium-green lentils, ‘CDC Imigreen CL’ was less susceptible to Sclerotinia than ‘CDC Impress CL’; ‘CDC Richlea’ exhibited intermediate performance. The large-green lentils ‘Pennell’ and ‘Riveland’ performed poorly under high Sclerotinia disease pressure.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Contans for Management of Sclerotinia Stem Rot: Evaluation of Application Rate and Timing (summary)
Contans reduced both the viability and vigor of sclerotia, fall applications of Contans were more effective than spring applications, and Contans performed equivalently at 1 lb/ac and 2 lbs/ac. The results suggest that Contans may be a useful tool for degrading sclerotia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and reducing Sclerotinia disease pressure.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Contans for Management of Sclerotinia Stem Rot: Evaluation of Application Rate and Timing (technical report)
Contans reduced both the viability and vigor of sclerotia, fall applications of Contans were more effective than spring applications, and Contans performed equivalently at 1 lb/ac and 2 lbs/ac. The results suggest that Contans may be a useful tool for degrading sclerotia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and reducing Sclerotinia disease pressure.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
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