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Seed treatment in various onion family type

Various onion family type

One onion type should not be missing on the list of Maxim® 480FS. In addition to all onion varieties, there is of course also garlic that is grown from the seed. This seed must also be protected against germination and soil fungi. Very early on, when germinating, fusarium strains can attack the germ, so that the plants sometimes do not even emerge.  A good cultivation method with excellent seed protection helps the seedlings in an optimal way.

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Various onion family type diseases

ALTERNARIA SPP. – leaf spots | The disease Alternaria is common in various onion family types. Leaf spot causes loss of seedlings. Dark brown to black lesions develop on the leaves, usually with a yellow edge. As these lesions grow, the whole leaf may discolour. The disease develops most rapidly at a temperature of ...

FUSARIUM SPP. – fusarium wilt | The disease Fusarium is common in various onion family types. Characteristic of fusarium wilt are wilting and total root rot. A pinkish mildew may also be visible. The disease may be seed, wind or soil-borne and ...

SCLEROTINIA SPP.  – lettuce drop | The disease Sclerotinia spp is common in various onion family types. Lettuce drop affects the stems and leaves that are in contact with the soil. Infected tissue will develop a brown watery decay. Plants will wilt and collapse. White mycelia and small (3-5 mm), irregularly shaped black ...

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