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File PDF document 2003 HRS Wheat Variety Response to Seeding Rate and Foliar Fungicide
The results from a 2003 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test hard red spring wheat variety response to seeding rate and foliar fungicide.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2003
File PDF document 2002 HRS Wheat Variety Response to Foliar Fungicides
The results from a 2002 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test hard red spring wheat variety response to foliar fungicides.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2002
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
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Contans for Management of Sclerotinia Stem Rot: Evaluation of Incorporation Methods (summary)
Under the conditions tested in this trial (sclerotia primarily on the soil surface at the time of Contans application and moist soils at the time of Contans application) manual incorporation of Contans (by harrowing to 1.5 inches), water incorporation (with 1 inch of water), and no incorporation performed similarly. Different results may be obtained when sclerotia are evenly distributed in the soil profile.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File ODS spreadsheet 2012 Field Evaluation of Contans for Management of Sclerotinia Stem Rot: Evaluation of Incorporation Methods (technical report)
Under the conditions tested in this trial (sclerotia primarily on the soil surface at the time of Contans application and moist soils at the time of Contans application) manual incorporation of Contans (by harrowing to 1.5 inches), water incorporation (with 1 inch of water), and no incorporation performed similarly. Different results may be obtained when sclerotia are evenly distributed in the soil profile.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File 2016 Optimizing Application Timing of Endura (boscalid) for Management of Sclerotinia in Soybeans
Application timing for management of Sclerotinia in soybeans.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2016
File 2016 Soybean Row Spacing and Seeding Rates for Optimizing Soybean Performance under Sclerotinia Disease Pressure
Optimizing soybean performance under Sclerotinia disease pressure.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs2016
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