Research in Plant Disease 2008;14(3):201-204.
Published online December 30, 2008.
난황유를 이용한 짚신나물 흰가루병의 방제
한기수, 이정한, 권영상, 배동원, 김동길, 김희규
 
Control of Agrimony (Agrimonia pilosa) Powdery Mildew Using Cooking Oil and Yolk Mixture
Ki Soo Han, Jung Han Lee, Young Sang Kwon, Dong Won Bae, Dong Kil Kim, Hee Kyu Kim
Abstract
We`ve been involved in collection and domestication of Agrimonia pilosa from 2005 to 2007. We observed agrimony powdery mildew caused by Sphaerotheca aphanis. The powdery mildew developed twice a year, in May to June and mid August to September on whole plants of A. pilosa plants, that is, leaves, stem and floral part. We sprayed the Cooking Oil & Yolk mixture (COY) to control the agrimony powdery mildew. When COY was single-sprayed to control agrimony powdery mildew, its control value was 26.9%. However when it was double-sprayed and triple-sprayed at seven days interval, its control value increased up to 80.8 and 82.7%, respectively. Upon the first spray, symptoms of powdery mildew disappeared within three days and suppressive effect of COY was persisted for only seven days. Thereafter, powdery mildew was relapsed to develop. However, on double to triple sprays, powdery mildew was suppressed more than 28 days after final treatment. Therefore, it is concluded that double spray of COY at seven days interval can control effectively agrimony powdery mildew.
Key Words: Agrimonia pilosa, Cooking oil and yolk mixture, Disease control, Powdery mildew, Sphaerotheca aphanis


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