Determining Optimal Fungicide Timing for Rhizoctonia Root Rot of Sugar Beet in Nebraska Based on Soil Temperatures

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Rhizoctonia root and crown rot, caused by Rhizoctonia solani, is the most widespread, consistently found, and damaging sugar beet disease in Nebraska. It is capable of causing both a seedling disease and two different phases of root rot later in season. These two phases include a crown rot, and a tip rot of the tap root originating beneath the soil surface… (More)

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