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Comparison of ground and aerial application of fungicide for control of Ascochyta blight in chickpeas
Ascochyta rabiei control from aerial and ground application was assessed near Saskatoon in 2003 and 2004. Each year, a site of about 12 ha was seeded to kabuli (cv. CDC Xena) chickpeas. At the first sign of disease, ...
Fungicide application timing for management of Ascochyta blight in chickpea
Ascochyta blight of chickpea [Ascochyta rabiei] is an extremely destructive disease capable of causing high yield and quality losses. The disease is widespread in chickpea growing areas of the prairies, and the pathogen ...
Fungicides application timing, sequencing, and tank mixing for controlling blight in chickpea
Total crop losses can result from ascochyta blight on chickpea (caused by Ascochyta rabiei). A study was conducted to investigate effective fungicide application strategies in particular fungicide application timing as ...
Disease management strategies for Ascochyta blight of chickpea
Management of chickpea ascochyta blight is a difficult task that requires ongoing attention and utilization of all possible techniques. Starting with clean seed of a resistant cultivar is critical, but even with this sound ...
Red lentil production in Saskatchewan: Y not 2K?