hymexazol

hymexazol

[hī′mek·sə‚zȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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Inhibition of Mortierella and Phytium in a Phytophthora-isolation medium containing hymexazol.
Population structure and development of resistance to hymexazol among Fusarium solani populations from date palm, citrus and cucumber.
Bark pieces, about 2-4mm-wide, were cut from the edge of the lesions and placed on cornmeal agar (CMA) (Sigma-Aldrich Chemie GmbH, Germany) amended with 10mg pimaricin, 200mg ampicilin, 10mg rifampicin, 10mg benomyl, 25mg pentachloronitrobenzene and 50mg hymexazol (PARBPH) [8].
The objective of the study was to find an appropriate fungicide among Fosetyl-Al WP, Hymexazol 30 L SC, Metalaxyl+mancozeb WP and Propamocarb EC, to determine its effective dose and appropriate time of application, helping seedlings establishment and prevent their early death under field conditions.
Herbacea seeds, stainer buckets, 4 fungicdes Fosetyl-Al WP, Hymexazol 30 L SC, Metalaxyl+mancozeb WP and Propamocarb EC (Table 1) and naturally fungus infested fields with Albugo capparidis DeBarry, Leveillula taurica (Lev) G.
Hymexazol treated plants showed least survival, when sprayed soon after sowing.
The third media, denoted as CMA-PARPH, was made up of CMA-PARP and 50 mg L-1 hymexazol.