In Vitro Efficiency of Some Fungicides Against Neoscytalı̇dı̇um dı̇mı̇dı̇atum (Penz.) Crous and Slippers Causing Sudden Shoot Dry on Apricot Trees
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CitationSür, A. E., & Oksal, E. (2021). In Vitro Efficiency of Some Fungicides Against Neoscytalı̇dı̇um dı̇mı̇dı̇atum (Penz.) Crous and Slippers Causing Sudden Shoot Dry on Apricot Trees. Turkish Journal of Agriculture-Food Science and Technology, 9(4), 797-802.
Turkey is known as a top producer and exporter of apricots, both fresh and dried. More than half of Turkey's apricot production is provided by Malatya province. There are many pests and diseases affecting apricots in addition to climatic factors such as frost and hail. Partial shoot drying and sudden drying in apricot orchards have increased in recent years. In this study, it was aimed to determine the chemical control possibilities of Neoscytalidium dimidiatum (Penz.) Crous &Slippers, which is one of the fungal agents that cause partial branch drying and sudden drying in apricot orchards in Malatya province by in vitro studies. For this purpose, Kale 4-C isolate of N. dimidiatum collected from Malatya in a previous study was used. Mycelial growth of N. dimidiatum Kale 4-C isolate in PDA were observed in 0 (control), 0.01, 0.03, 0.1, 1, 3, 10, 30 ve 100 μg/mL concentrations of Azoxystrobin 250g/L, Trifloxystrobin %50, Tebuconazole %25, Floupyram 200 g/L+Tebuconazole 200 g/L, Cyprodinil+Fludioxonil %37.5+25, %70 Thiophanate-Methyl and 400 g/L Phosphorous acide fungicides applications. As a result of the study, Floupyram 200g/L+Tebuconazole 200g/L ve Cyprodinil+Fludioxonil %37.5+25 fungicides effectively inhibited the mycelial growth of the fungus.
SourceTurkish Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology / Türk Tarım - Gıda Bilim ve Teknoloji dergisi