Improved chemical control of botrytis blight in roses

Abstract

Botrytis cinerea causes latent infections of rose flowers, which can develop into aggressive rot (botrytis blight) at pre- and postharvest stages. Botrytis blight is the cause of major rose flower losses. The effect of deposit and cover density of fungicides (pyrimethanil or prochloraz-Zn—folpet) on the development of botrytis blight was tested. For… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02980335

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