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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1984 Growth, Survival, and Ectomycorrhizal Development of Slash Pine Seedlings Inoculated Pisolithus tinctorius and Sprayed with Ferbam and Bayleton Fungicides

Growth, Survival, and Ectomycorrhizal Development of Slash Pine Seedlings Inoculated Pisolithus tinctorius and Sprayed with Ferbam and Bayleton Fungicides

Bayleton (triadimefon) severely stunted tree growth and inhibited ectomycorrhizal development when 8 ounces a.i. were applied per acre per application as four foliar sprays. Ectomycorrhizal spore inoculum prepared as vermiculite coated particles was used successfully when applied three weeks after the last Bayleton spray application.


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Author(s): David B. South

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1984

Section: Western

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