Europe, UK, Ireland, Pests and Diseases, Production/Agronomy, Smart Farming, Studies/Reports

Potato biofungicide Serenade shows promise for Rhizoctonia control in Britain

The latest independent trials have shown promising but mixed results for biological fungicide product Serenade for controlling Rhizoctonia solani (blackleg)  in potato crops. The product, which contains the bacteria Bacillus subtilis, has an off-label approval for use in potatoes to control a range of disease-causing pathogens, applied either in-furrow at planting or as a seed treatment. After Bayer CropScience acquired[Read More...]

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