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Self-boiled lime-sulphur mixture as a promising fungicide
W. M. Scott
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by W.M. Scott|
|Series||Circular / United States, Bureau of Plant Industry -- no. 1, Circular (United States. Bureau of Plant Industry) -- no. 1.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Plant Industry|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
Westcott's Plant Disease Handbook, 7th Edition, should be useful to anyone with a keen interest in gardening including but not limited to botanical gardeners, landscape architects, florists, master gardeners, nurserymen, seed and fungicide dealers, pesticide applicators, arborists, cooperative extension agents, plant pathologists and consultants. After shedding the spore the algal matrix remains attached to leaf surface, leaving a creamy white mark at the original rust spot. The disease can be reduced by supply of balanced nutrients to the plants and two sprays of Bordeaux mixture (1%) or Copper oxychloride (%) in the month of July at 15 days interval. x. Black Rot.
Lime-sulphur.-Lime-sulphur is both an insecticide and a fungicide. It was first used as a sheep-dip, and then came into usc as a scale insecticide. Many different formulas for its manufacture have been suggested, but there arc two that stand out prominently-the self-boiled and the concentrated. The. For "self-boiled" lime sulphur see page One of the most important of these repellents is the well known fungicide, Bordeaux mixture. Bordeaux Mixture. The formula and method of preparation and use are given on pages and As an insect repellent it is used for the flea-beetles, cucumber beetles, diabrotica, and other leaf-eating.
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1) [Scott, W. M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Self-boiled lime-sulfur mixture as a promising fungicide (Circular / U.S. Dept. of Author: W. M Scott. Self-Boiled Lime-Sulphur Mixture It is well known that Bordeaux mixture cannot be used for spraying Peach trees, because, even when diluted beyond the point of being of any value as a fungicide, it yet scorches and destroys the foliage of trees growing in the open; whereas, when the trees are grown under glass, as in this country, the foliage.
Abstract. Cover title."Second edition. Issued Aug "U.S.D.A. B.P.I. Circ. 1.(Statement of Responsibility) by W.M. ScottAuthor: b. M (William Moore) Scott. It acts at once as a fungicide; whereas ordinary Bordeaux mixture has no fungicidal action until it has been on the foliage for some days.
Finally, there is less danger of scorching. It is prepared as follows: Dissolve 6 lb. of sulphate of copper, in the way advised under Bordeaux mixture, in a wooden or earthenware vessel. The substitution of lime-sulphur preparations for Bordeaux mixture in the treatment of apple diseases Physical Description: Book Creator: Scott, W.
M (William Moore), b. United States -- Bureau of Plant Industry Publisher: G.P.O. (Washington, D.C) Publication Date: The mixture should be made by adding 3 poundsof lead-arsenate paste to each 50 gallons of water used in makingthe self -boiled lime-sulphur mixture.
(2) About 3 weeks afterthe first spraying make a second application of self -boiled lime-sulphur, omitting the lead arsenate. Material Information Title: Experiments on the apple with some new and little-known fungicides Creator: Waite, Merton Benway, United States -- Bureau of Plant Industry.
Fungicide: A chemical substance that destroys or inhibits the growth of fungi Product name: Every pesticide has a product name or a trade name. active ingredient: chemically active component of a formulated product usually doubles as the common name of the product e.g.
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Sulphur compounds or Bordeaux mixture bordeaux mixture Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups see more details cannot be used on peach trees after the leaves are out, as they will burn them. The only safe fungicide known is the so-called self-boiled lime-sulphur. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of W Scott Moore books online.
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Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry, no. 1） Govt. Print. Off., 1. A review of the present spraying programme on apples suggests the need for a combined wash incorporating a fungicide, an oil emulsion, a contact insecticide and a stomach poison.
The preparation of a practicable spray fluid combining lime-sulphur, oil emulsion and nicotine is described. Field trials with an oil-lime-sulphur mixture applied up to the petal fall stage on Worcester.
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Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Self-Boiled Lime-Sulphur Mixture as a Promising Fungicide/5(3). Lime sulphur was much more effective than wettable sulphur and appeared to be efficient at temperatures below 10°C, but its effectiveness against apple scab decreased if the treatments were.
When boiling ceased, more water was added, the final mixture contained 8 pounds of finely ground sulfur, 8 pounds of burnt lime, and SO gallons of water. Both boiled and self-boiled lime sulfur were eventually replaced by imÂ proved sulfur sprays such as flotation sulfur, wettable sulfur, Kolofogï¿½, and KoloÂ sprayï¿½.
These were followed by Bordeaux mixture and lime-sulphur in the late nineteenth century, and formalin, copper carbonate dusts and organo-mercurials () as seed treatment chemicals. Organic fungicides — thiram, chloranil, dichlone and others — were developed from the mid’s onwards, and captan, one of the most successful of them.
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Free ebooks since. Later, from about onwards, Bordeaux mixture (a complex of copper sulphate and lime) was used in grapevines to control downy mildew caused by Plasmopara viticola (Copper Development Association, ) and this was the first fungicide to be used on a large scale worldwide (Schneiderhan, ).Lime sulphur is among these products allowed in organic systems, primarily used as a fungicide (Smilanick & SorensonMontag et albut is also employed as insecticide and acaricide.Another product that has been used more often in organic coffee production is lime sulphur, a mixture of calcium polysulfides, obtained by boiling calcium hydroxide and sulphur.
It is a well‑known fungicide (Smilanick & Sorenson, ; Holb et al., ) and pesticide against mites and scales (Afonso et al., ; Beers et al., ; Kim et.