Friday, September 22, 2017

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Research From University West England

  • Field trial evaluation of suppression of Microdochium nivale infection by potassium phosphite in cool-season amenity turfgrasses (2010)


    Dempsey, J.J., Arnold, D.L., Wilson, I. & Spencer-Phillips, P.T.N
    Centre for Research in Biosciences, University of the West of England, Bristol, BS16 1QY.
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    Disease control is a major factor in successful turfgrass management. In temperate climates Microdochium nivale is one of the most damaging causal agents, and current control measures rely heavily on regular inputs of chemical fungicides, which are: costly, environmentally undesirable and subject to legislative restrictions. Reductions of susceptibility by alternative methods are required, and… Read More +

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