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Agricultural Research Service

Title: In-Furrow Application of Quadris and Moncut for Control of Rhizoctonia Root Rot in Spring Barley, 2004

Authors
item PAULITZ, TIMOTHY
item Reinertsen, S. - MCGREFOR CO., COLFAX, WA

Submitted to: Fungicide and Nematocide Tests
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: March 1, 2005
Publication Date: June 1, 2005
Citation: Paulitz, T.C., Reinertsen, S. 2005. In-furrow application of quadris and moncut for control of rhizoctonia root rot in spring barley, 2004. Fungicide and Nematocide Tests. 60: CF030.

Interpretive Summary: Quadris and Moncut, when applied in-furrow during the planting of no-till spring barley, increased seedling height and reduced the percent of crown roots with Rhizoctonia.

Technical Abstract: Both Quadris and Moncut 70 DF significantly increased seedling height and length of the first true leaf compared to the control treatment, although there was no significant difference between the in-furrow treatments. In-furrow application of these fungicides also reduced the percent infected crown roots, but had no effect on the total number of seminal or crown roots per plants. In-furrow application of Quadris or Moncut 70 DF, if economical, could offer an additional tool for management of root diseases in no-till grain production systems by protecting young seedlings.

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