Soil Fungicides contains 13 chapters. In Volume 1 the first chapter deals with introduction definitions history classification formulations and methods of application. Chapters 2 through 8 deal with individual groups of fungicides and their members with regard to their manufacturers chemical name toxicological information mechanism of action and disease control developed for commercial use of experimental work. In Volume 2 Chapters 9 through 12 deal with the various aspects of soil fungicides such as factors affecting their efficacy microbial interactions nontarget effects of pesticides on soil borne plant pathogens and development of resistance to fungicides. In the last chapter evaluations of fungicides have been included because of their significance in the fungicidal recommendation. Literature pertaining to each chapter has been cited in the last so that the reader can obtain more detailed information on the topics).
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