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Pythium ultimum; Plants--Effect of fungicides on; Geraniums; Greenhouses


Subdue 2E applied by drench at 18.7 ppm to soil inoculated with Pythium ultimum and in which rooted cuttings of geranium had been planted, was found to be free of the fungus during the test period of 30 days and caused no injury to the plants. Banrot 40W at 240 ppm and Truban 25E at 145 ppm were only slightly fungistatic.

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