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Prevention of spread and contact infection of brown rot disease in citrus fruit by metalaxyl postharvest treatment
Year:
1982
Source of publication :
Journal of Phytopathology
Authors :
Cohen, Eliyahu
;
.
Volume :
103
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From page:
120
To page:
125
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Total pages:
6
)
Abstract:

Spread of Phytophthora citrophthora infection of Valencia oranges and Marsh Seedless grapefruits during storage and shipment was reduced by post-harvest treatment in which 2000 mu g/ml metalaxyl was incorporated in the wax coating. Metalaxyl with or without 4000 mu g/ml thiabendazole did not control Penicillium digitatum and P. italicum owing to resistant strains. With imazalil (2000 mu g/ml) incorporation a few fruits rotted with Penicillium spp., Geotrichum candidum and Alternaria citri. However, with the incorporation of Sonax (etaconazole) at 2000 mu g/ml most fungi were controlled. Wrapping paper impregnated with 2000, 5000 or 10 000 mu g/ml metalaxyl prevented the spread of P. citrophthora but the other fungi continued to spread.

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Brown rot
Citrus
metalaxyl
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Language:
English
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Prevention of spread and contact infection of brown rot disease in citrus fruit by metalaxyl postharvest treatment

Spread of Phytophthora citrophthora infection of Valencia oranges and Marsh Seedless grapefruits during storage and shipment was reduced by post-harvest treatment in which 2000 mu g/ml metalaxyl was incorporated in the wax coating. Metalaxyl with or without 4000 mu g/ml thiabendazole did not control Penicillium digitatum and P. italicum owing to resistant strains. With imazalil (2000 mu g/ml) incorporation a few fruits rotted with Penicillium spp., Geotrichum candidum and Alternaria citri. However, with the incorporation of Sonax (etaconazole) at 2000 mu g/ml most fungi were controlled. Wrapping paper impregnated with 2000, 5000 or 10 000 mu g/ml metalaxyl prevented the spread of P. citrophthora but the other fungi continued to spread.

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