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|Title: ||Chemical control of casuarina brown root disease caused by Phellinus noxius|
|Authors: ||Chang, T. T.|
|Issue Date: ||1999|
|Publisher: ||Malaysian Plant Protection Society|
|Citation: ||Tropical Plant Protection in the Information Age : Proceedings Plant Protection in the Tropics: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15-18 Mac 1999, p. 402-406|
|Abstract: ||Twelve chemicals, Hl03, urea, NH4C03, Calixin, Nustar, Bayleton, CuSO4+Dithane M-22, Quinolate, Quinolate+Cu(OH)2, CuS04, CU(OH)2,and Perlka (41%CaCN2)were used to test inhibition of Phellinus noxius mycelial growth, survival of P. noxius in infested wood, and control of Casuarina equisetifolia brown root disease in the field. All chemicals except for urea, CuS04+Dithane M-22, and Perlka had more than 90% inhibition of mycelial growth. P. noxius was not recovered from infested wood placed in soil amended with urea or NHC0, while it had more than 90% recovery rates when amended 43 with other chemicals. Quinolate+Cu(OH)2, Quinolate, CuS04, and urea were significantly effective for disease protection in the field.|
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