EFFECT OF GRAS (GENERALLY REGARDED AS SAFE) COMPOUNDS ON THE CONTROL OF BROWN SPOT DISEASE OF RAMBUTAN

D. Sivakumar, R.S. Wilson Wijeratnam, M. Abeyesekere, R.L.C. Wijesundera
Rambutan (Nephelium lappacium Linn.) is a popular horticultural crop. Brown spot disease caused by Gliocephlalotrichum microchlamydosporum is a post harvest pathogen that causes loss of rambutan during storage and transportation Selected Generally Regarded As Safe compounds are herein reported as being effective alternatives to the fungicide carbendazim in controlling this pathogen.
Sivakumar, D., Wilson Wijeratnam, R.S., Abeyesekere, M. and Wijesundera, R.L.C. (2001). EFFECT OF GRAS (GENERALLY REGARDED AS SAFE) COMPOUNDS ON THE CONTROL OF BROWN SPOT DISEASE OF RAMBUTAN. Acta Hortic. 553, 439-440
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2001.553.102
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2001.553.102
G.microchlamydosporum, Brown spot disease, GRAS compounds
English
553_102
439-440

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