Technology application technology of pesticides for control of soybean nematodes

Gerson Dalla Corte Felipe Frigo Pinto Marlon Tagliapietra Stefanello Caroline Gulart Juliano Perlin de Ramos Ricardo Silveiro Balardin About the authors

This study aimed to evaluate the effect of different application systems seed treatment (ST), in-furrow application and association of both (ST + in-furrow) and chemical treatments for control of Pratylenchus brachyurus and Meloydogine javanica under field condition and controlled atmosphere in pots. The experimental design was a randomized block, with split plot and four replications. In the main plots were allocated three application systems: seed treatment, in-furrow + seed treatment (double dose) and in-furrow. The subplots were composed of different chemical treatments: check, abamectin + thiamethoxam + fludioxonil + metalaxyl-M + thiabendazole (30+42+9+1.5+1.2g a.i. ha-1), imidacloprid + thiodicarb + carbendazim + thiram (63+189+18+42g a.i. ha-1), fipronil + thiophanate-methyl + pyraclostrobin (30+27+3g a.i. ha-1), carbofuran + carbendazim + thiram (420+18+42g a.i. ha-1). It was evaluated the population of nematodes in the roots (field and controlled atmosphere), leaf area and shoot dry weight (controlled atmosphere). It was found that association of TS + in-furrow application provided higher efficacy and residual effect for nematode control under field and controlled atmosphere conditions. The treatment with abamectin + thiamethoxam + fludioxonil + metalaxyl-M + thiabendazole delivered greatest levels of control, with significant benefits in plant development.

Pratylenchus brachyurus; Meloydogyne javanica; chemical control; seed treatment; in-furrow

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