Strob-like tool set to control sclerotinia

Abel, Charles
February 2003
Farmers Weekly;2/28/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 9, p60
Trade Publication
Provides information on Filan, a strob-like tool set to control sclerotinia. Average yield response in the presence of the disease; Effects of the strob on the treated crops; Recommended rate.


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