Most diseases caused by Sclerotinia have not been managed consistently and economically. The explosive pathogenicity of Sclerotinia species under favourable conditions and the ability of their sclerotia to withstand adverse conditions allow them to be successful pathogens on many crops. In field crops management practices should be applied to increase attainable yield despite their association with high disease risk (Mila et al., 2003). Methods of disease management that have met with varying degrees of success are as follows.


Myco Citrinin Azoxystrobin Thiabendazole Nitrofen 


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