Scientist says the guidelines were ignored

Abel, Charles
January 2003
Farmers Weekly;1/31/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 5, p43
Trade Publication
Discusses the role of cereal growers in the alleged resistance of Septoria tritici to the pesticide, strobilurins. Actions taken by cereal growers that may contributed to the reduced efficiency of strobilurins.


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