Triazoles hold up in Irish field trials

July 2009
Crops;7/18/2009, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the research on the effectiveness azole fungicide prothioconazole or epoxiconazole on crops, as conducted by research er Tom McCabe of the University of Dublin, Ireland. McCabe contends that his research reveals that there is no difference between prothioconazole and epoziconazole as far as their performance is concerned. He also claims that his research has contradicted Teagasc researchers, when they suggested to use only prothioconazole.


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