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Rhizoctonia solani AG8: New breakthroughs in control and management

Hüberli, D., Connor, M., MacLeod, B., Battaglia, R., Forsyth, L., Parkin, B., Klein, T., Clarke, M., Robertson, G., Correll, R., Desbiolles, J., Bogacki, P. and McKay, A. (2015) Rhizoctonia solani AG8: New breakthroughs in control and management. In: 2015 Agribusiness Crop Updates, 24 - 25 February, Perth, Western Australia

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The next generation of control options for Rhizoctonia solani (AG8), the causal agent of Rhizoctonia root rot, is in-furrow liquid injection. The efficacy of banding two new fungicides, Uniform® and EverGol® Prime, was evaluated as an alternative to seed treatments across three years of trials conducted in Western Australia (WA) by DAFWA and in South Australia (SA) by SARDI.

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