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Fungicide Efficacy and Specificity Toward Fungi in the Cranberry Fruit Rot Disease Complex

L. D. Wells, R. S. Perry, and P. S. McManus

March 2014


Cranberry fruit rot is an economically important disease complex comprised of as many as 15 different fungi that destroy cranberries in the field and/or after harvest. The authors evaluated fungicides for their ability to reduce the incidence of cranberry fruit rot and for their specificity in controlling the principal pathogens in the complex.


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