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- Thuerig, Barbara; Ramseyer, Justine; Hamburger, Matthias; Ludwig, Mathias; Oberhänsli, Thomas; Potterat, Olivier; Schärer, Hans-Jakob; Tamm, Lucius
- Crop protection 2018 v.114 pp. 97-105
- Magnolia officinalis, etc ; Oriental traditional medicine; Phytophthora infestans; Plasmopara viticola; Venturia inaequalis; Vitis; active ingredients; antifungal properties; bark; copper; disease control; downy mildew; fungicides; honokiol; magnolol; median effective concentration; organic production; pathogens; plant extracts; plant protection; potatoes; prices; raw materials; soil; soil fertility; tomatoes; toxicity; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... In organic agriculture, the control of several diseases is largely depending on copper fungicides. Yet, copper can accumulate in the soil if the annual input exceeds annual uptake by plants, which can have a negative impact on soil fertility. Its use should thus be avoided or reduced. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the efficacy of a bark extract of Magnolia officinalis Rehder and Wil ...