Allegro: the white mould authority
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Understanding White mould:
White mould is caused by a soil-borne fungus, Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, which thrives in cool, wet conditions and creates white, cotton-like stem lesions that impact yield, plant stand and seed quality. It is the most devastating soybean disease in Canada, with potential yield losses of up to 75%*. In order to combat this disease, genetics, fungicides and management practices can all be considered as useful tools.
*Source: 2013 Soybean Seasonal Summary, OMAFRA, December 2013
The reduced rate of 0.176 L/ac (0.44 L/ha) can be applied for the suppression of white mold in soybeans.
Field scale trials show a high return on investment when white mould infection is present
One case contains 2 x 10L jugs