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Charles S. Krasnow and Mary K. Hausbeck

) or the degree of ionization of the toxophore ( Smith et al., 1946 ). Captan, a fungicide used to control pythium root rot on some crops in greenhouses, hydrolyzes to nonfungitoxic compounds at alkaline pH ( Wolfe et al., 1976 ), and Spergon (tetra

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Samuel E. Wortman, Michael S. Douglass, and Jeffrey D. Kindhart

, and experimental treatment. Runners were trimmed at least two times per month. Captan (Bonide Products, Oriskany, NY) and Streptomyces lydicus (Actinovate; Natural Industries, Houston, TX) were used to control fungal pathogens and spinosad (Monterey

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Kourosh Vahdati, Naser Lotfi, Bahman Kholdebarin, Darab Hassani, Reza Amiri, Mohammad Reza Mozaffari, and Charles Leslie

) used in this study was obtained from Duchefa Biochemie, Haarlem, The Netherlands. Before germination tests, seeds were soaked in water for 10 d and then pretreated with a fungicide (Captan 5%; Bayer Co., Leverkusen, Germany) before chilling treatment

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Asadolah Aslani Aslamarz, Kourosh Vahdati, Majid Rahemi, and Darab Hassani

transferred to the laboratory. Only one lateral and terminal bud and one catkin in their apical position were conserved, whereas the other buds were eliminated. After disinfection with Captan (Bayer Co.) 4000 ppm, a group of 20 cuttings were wrapped in

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Dennis N. Portz and Gail R. Nonnecke

.66 m × 1.66 m within the row in each plot. Fungicide (Captan, N-trichloromethyltio-4-cyclohexene-1,2-dicarboximide) was applied at 5% and 50% bloom on all plots ( Bordelon et al., 2006 ). Data were analyzed using general linear model (PROC GLM) of SAS 9

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Thomas M. Sjulin

appears to be much better than the standard captan fungicide ( Turechek et al., 2006 ). All of these new products must be used carefully and in rotation with different chemistries to avoid development of resistant strains. The prospects for biological

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Carlos Alberto Lecona-Guzmán, Sheila Reyes-Zambrano, Felipe Alonso Barredo-Pool, Miguel Abud-Archila, Joaquín Adolfo Montes-Molina, Reiner Rincón-Rosales, and Federico Antonio Gutierrez-Miceli

dissection of the explants to obtain segments of ≈1.5 cm was performed in a laminar flow hood. Explants were submerged in 0.5% agrimicin 500 (Arista Life Science) solution mixed with 0.5% captan (Pfizer) for 20 min, and rinsed three times with sterile

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Anna Kapczyńska and Małgorzata Malik

30 min) in a 0.25% captan suspension, were planted at a depth equal to twice the height of the bulb in 19-cm plastic pots (five bulbs per pot, 16 pots/m 2 ) filled with a peat substrate [pH 5.5–6.5 (Botanica Professional; Comeco, Plock, Poland

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of Captan Impact on Fruit Finish Kathryn C. Taylor 1 and Phillip Brannen 2 , 1 Department of Horticulture, University of Georgia, Byron, GA 31008; 2 Department of Plant Pathology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602 A conventional

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Daniel Rowley, Brent L. Black, Dan Drost, and Dillon Feuz

fall season, fungicide applications (Captan; Southern Agricultural Insecticides, Hendersonville, NC; and Thionex 50W; MANA Crop Protection, Raleigh, NC) were made to control Botrytis fruit rot. Because the high tunnels were opened daily during much of