Comparação de dois métodos de aplicação de fungicidas, irrigação por gotejamento e pulverização convencional no controle do mofo cinzento (Botrytis cinerea Pers.: Fr.) em vasos com plantas de lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum (Raf.) Shinn.)

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2006-07-01

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Katz, Ieoschua [UNESP]
da Cunha, Antonio Ribeiro [UNESP]
Sousa, Antonio de Pádua [UNESP]
de Herdani, Egberto Egon [UNESP]

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Plan disease control techniques are used through the irrigation water, which reduces the labor and it improves application uniformity with smaller contact of the operator with toxic products, lower environmental impact and lower production cost. In order to control Botrytis cinerea the lisianthus culture, this work aimed to evaluate two fungicide application methods with different treatments. The fungicides were: thiophanate methyl (50 g i.a. L-1), thiophanate methyl + chlorothalonil (50 g i.a. L-1 + 35 g i.a. L-1) and iprodione (50 g i.a. L-1). Number of lesions, number of diseased floral buttons and height of the lisianthus plants were evaluated. It was possible to deduce, that in the growth stage (number of lesions in the plant) as well as in the final stage (number of floral buttons) of the lisianthus culture, the most efficient treatments were 2 (thiophanate methyl + chlorothalonil) and 3 (iprodione). Considering that treatment 2 is a mixture of two fungicides, a systemic and a contact one, independently of application methods, the mixture increased efficiency in relation to treatment 1 (thiophanate methyl). Thus, chemigation was as efficient as spreading technique.

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Chemigation, Disease control, Drip irrigation, Lisianthus, Fungicides, Irrigation, Plants (botany), Spraying, disease control, drip irrigation, fungal disease, fungicide, pesticide application, plant, Botryotinia fuckeliana, Botrytis, Eustoma grandiflorum

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Irriga, v. 11, n. 3, p. 328-338, 2006.