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Author(s):Hsiang, T.; Tian, L.; Cook, S.
Author Affiliation:Department of Environmental Biology, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Title:CTRF: Organic control of snow molds
Source:Research Report: 2005 Projects [Western CanadaTurfgrass Association]. August 2006, p. 13.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Maple Ridge, British Columbia: Western Canada Turfgrass Association
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Fungus control; Brassicaceae; Disease control; Fungicides; Fungicide programs; Snow molds
Abstract/Contents:Outlines an experiment conducted to "investigate an organic control strategy for turfgrass snow molds"; "identify specific crucifer species/cultivars which have antifungal properties during degradation of specific tissues"; and "develop a management regime (application rate, application timing) for use of this product." Reports findings, including "field test 2004-2005 too much abiotic injury" and "in lab tests (agar plate and grass plate), oilseed radish most significantly inhibited the mycelial growth of Typhula species." Also outlines research goals for 2006-2007.
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also related article "Organic control of snow molds" Research Report: 2007 Projects [Western Canada Turfgrass Association], August 2008, p. 30, R=156958 R=156958

See also related article "Organic control of snow molds: Using cruciferous plant residues as fungicides" GreenMaster, January/February 2012, p. 43, R=197388 R=197388
Note:Upadted report appears in Research Report: 2006 Projects, August 2007, p. 33
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Hsiang, T., L. Tian, and S. Cook. 2006. CTRF: Organic control of snow molds. WCTA Res. Rep.: Proj. [West. Can.]. p. 13.
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