Strategies for Sorghum Disease Control

@inproceedings{2011StrategiesFS,
  title={Strategies for Sorghum Disease Control},
  author={},
  year={2011}
}
  • Published 2011
Most sorghum diseases are amenable to some degree of control through the application of one or more appropriate control measures. These measures fall under the general disease control methods of host resistance, chemical control. cultural control and integrated control. The decision as to whfch method to apply in any disease situation would depend upon whether the method met the criteria of agronomic effectiveness, environmental effectlveness, economic feasibility. social acceptability, and… CONTINUE READING

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