Authors

P M. Wood

Publication Date

1975

Document Type

Report

DAFWA Collections

Grains and field crops

Abstract

Sclerotinia stem rot, a fungal disease, is becoming increasingly important. This disease can attack the stem at any point from the stem base to the first laterals. Lodging can result if the canker is severe enough. Superficial cankers can disrupt sap flow resulting in poorly filled pods. The fungicide Benlate is used overseas to control Sclerotinia in bean plantings, Accordingly, a fungicide trial was planned to estimate yield losses resulting from Sclerotinia infection. A secondary aim was to examine any yield response which could be attributed to reported growth promoting properties of benomyl - 75MT33. Brown spot of lupins - 75GE33. Grey leaf spot of lupins - 75AL27, 75MO33, 75MT34.

Number of Pages

6

Keywords

Western Australia

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