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Corn, sweet: Zea mays ‘Super Sweet Jubilee’ (sh2)
Damping-off: Various seed and soilborne pathogens

Evaluation of seed treatments on sweet corn in the Columbia Basin of Washington, 2009.

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First Author: Carrie H. Wohleb, Washington State University

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Section: Seed Treatments

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Geographical location: Washington, United States

Products Tested: Sebring 2.65 FS; Signet; Vortex; Allegiance; Trilex; Poncho; Topsin; BAS 595; Dividend Extreme; Apron XL; Maxim 4 FS; Vitavax; Captan 400; Dynasty; Acquire; Stamina

Active chemical(s): Metalaxyl; Thiram; Ipconazole; Metalaxyl; Trifloxystrobin; Clothianidin; Thiophanate-methyl; Experimental; Difenoconazole + mefenoxam; Mefenoxam; Fludioxonil; Carboxin; Captan; Azoxystrobin; Metalaxyl; Pyraclostrobin

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Manufacturer(s): Nufarm Americas Inc. (formerly Agtrol International); Nufarm Americas Inc. (formerly Agtrol International); Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience; United Phosphorus, Inc.; BASF Corporation; Syngenta; Syngenta; Syngenta; Helena Chemical Company; Bayer CropScience; Syngenta; BASF Corporation; BASF Corporation  

Publication date: March 26, 2010



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