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Table 1 Inhibition trials of seven commercial fungicides to access compatibility with three entomopathogenic fungal strains

From: The entomopathogenic fungus, Metarhizium anisopliae for the European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana Den. & Schiff. (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) and its effect to the phytopathogenic fungus, Botrytis cinerea

Fungicide Strain Inhibition (%) ± SD
Carbendazim CEP413 55.98 ± 21.1 A
Carbendazim CEP589 100 ± 0 B
Carbendazim CEP591 100 ± 0 B
Copper oxychloride 36% WP CEP413 80.67 ± 11.1 A
Copper oxychloride 36% WP CEP589 73.86 ± 12.4 A
Copper oxychloride 36% WP CEP591 73.10 ± 13.7 A
Cyprodinile - fludioxonile CEP413 94.79 ± 4.23 A
Cyprodinile - fludioxonile CEP589 96.95 ± 3.63 A
Cyprodinile - fludioxonile CEP591 94.50 ± 5.17 A
Dicarboximide CEP413 91.22 ± 5.71 A
Dicarboximide CEP589 89.35 ± 8.10 A
Dicarboximide CEP591 87.56 ± 11.5 A
Fenhexamide 50% CEP413 79.17 ± 10.9 C
Fenhexamide 50% CEP589 58.25 ± 21.8 B
Fenhexamide 50% CEP591 41.04 ± 12.5 A
Iprodione CEP413 89.24 ± 5.43 C
Iprodione CEP589 61.59 ± 22.5 A
Iprodione CEP591 74.83 ± 12.3 B
Miclobutanil 24% p/v CEP413 98.72 ± 2.16 A
Miclobutanil 24% p/v CEP589 97.09 ± 4.30 A
Miclobutanil 24% p/v CEP591 97.88 ± 3.70 A
  1. The inhibition (%) shows the cumulated percentage for the complete trial (288 h). Different letters indicate significant differences among strains within each fungicide (LSD Fisher 0.05) for three replicates (n = 18). Control treatment data (0% inhibition) are not shown