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Report No. 4:ST038
Spinach: Spinacia oleracea
Verticillium wilt, Stemphylium leaf spot: Verticillium dahliae, Verticillium spp., Stemphylium botryosum

Evaluation of seed treatments for management of seedborne Verticillium and Stemphylium in spinach, 2009.

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First Author: Lindsey du Toit, Washington State University

Additional Authors: M.L. Derie, L.M. Brissey, B.J. Holmes

Section: Seed Treatments (All Crops)

Keyword(s): seed transmission

Geographical location: Washington State, United States

Products Tested: Coronet; BAS 595 XGF; Mertect; Farmore D300 + Mertect 340F (40.7 g/100 kg seed); Topsin M 70WP; Topsin 4.5 FL

Active chemical(s): Boscalid + pyraclostrobin; Triticonazole; Thiabendazole; Azoxystrobin + fludioxonil + mefenoxam + Thiabendazole; Thiophanate-methyl; Thiophanate-methyl

Biological Control: 1. Seedgard; proprietary steam treatment; Incotec

Biorational Product: 1. Experimental I; proprietary organic disinfectant; Germain's Technology Group 2. Experimental II; proprietary organic disinfectant + Trichoderma harzianum T22; Germain's Technology Group 3. Incotec II; proprietary organic treatment; Incotec 4. AC

Manufacturer(s): BASF Corporation; BASF Corporation; Syngenta; Syngenta; United Phosphorus, Inc.; United Phophorus, Inc.

Publication date: August 23, 2010

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