Between the other fungicides there was but little difference.
Fungicides are useless in combating the disease and all that can be done is to exercise great care in planting infected stock.
Since the advent of the practice of spraying with fungicides to prevent mildew, the culture of the Gooseberry has increased.
Spray Materials are conveniently divided into two classes, insecticides and fungicides.
Commerce in vinegar, dried fruits, insecticides and fungicides is also regulated in some states.
Therein lies the difficulty of applying insecticides and fungicides together.
Again, the mycelia of fungi are much more easily killed by toxic agents used as fungicides than are the spores of the same fungi.
There is but one conclusion to be drawn, viz.: That application of fungicides will not prevent the wilt disease.
A Member: In your experience are fungicides useful in handling the blight?