Focus on alternatives if tin fungicide goes

Abel, Charles
May 2002
Farmers Weekly;5/10/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 19, p62
Trade Publication
Focuses on the alternatives for tin fungicides used by British potato growers. Reason behind the need to develop an alternative for tin fungicides; Percentage of farmers using tin-based products; Alternative fungicides available as of May 2002.


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