Collar Rot in Tobacco Greenhouses
TB06 - Tobacco Disease Note 6
W. A. Gutierrez,  H. D. Shew, and T. A. Melton
 

Life cycle of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in tobacco seedling transplant production system





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Caution: The information and recommendations in these Notes were developed for North Carolina conditions and may not apply in other areas.
RECOMMENDATIONS OF SPECIFIC CHEMICALS ARE BASED UPON INFORMATION ON THE MANUFACTURER'S LABEL AND PERFORMANCE IN A LIMITED NUMBER OF TRIALS. BECAUSE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND METHODS OF APPLICATION BY GROWERS MAY VARY WIDELY, PERFORMANCE OF THE CHEMICAL WILL NOT ALWAYS CONFORM TO THE SAFETY AND PEST CONTROL STANDARDS INDICATED BY EXPERIMENTAL DATA. ALL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PESTICIDE USE WERE LEGAL AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION, BUT THE STATUS OF REGISTRATION AND USE PATTERNS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ACTIONS OF STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATORY AGENCIES. _10/90/1000
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Revised July 2001 by Plant Disease and Insect Clinic