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Selection of Environmental Friendly Organic Agricultural Materials for Controlling Ginseng Gray Mold
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Selection of Environmental Friendly Organic Agricultural Materials for Controlling Ginseng Gray Mold
Kim, Woo Sik; Kim, Jong Seong; Park, Jee Sung; Ahn, In; Park, Kyung Hoon; Kim, Ki Hong;
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Background : To control ginseng gray mold, farmers have mainly used inorganic chemical based fungicides. The recent emergence of fungicide resistance has reduced the effectiveness of such control methods. Such pesticides also carry additional problems, such as diffuse pollution. Methods and Results : Six treatments of organic agricultural materials were tested for control of ginseng gray mold, CAPW (Chrysophanic acid + Phytoncide + Wood vinegar), EmEWV (Emodin + Ethanol + Wood vinegar), CEWV (Curcumin + Eugenol + Wood vinegar), Bacillus subtilis, soybean oil and sulfur. The control effect for gray mold by a single application of the agrochemical fungicide industrial Fenhexamid wettable powder (WP) was 84.4%. The control effect by CAPW, EmEWV and CEWV varied between 52.7 - 64.9%. The control effect by B. subtilis, soybean oil, and sulfur were 32.9 - 59.2%. Conclusions : In the field tests, CAPW showed the highest control effects when used before, and at first stage of disease incidence, against ginseng gray mold.
Panax ginseng C. A. Meyer;Gray Mold;Emodin;Eugenol;Wood Vinegar;
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