Czech Mycology 50(4): 259–269             Article published: 12th July, 1998 doi: 10.33585/cmy.50403

REINPRECHT L.

Loss of antifungal activity of selected fungicides in treated wood due to natural ageing. Part 2: Activity against wood-destroying fungi.

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Abstract

The activity of TCMTB and selected organotin TBTO, TBTS, TBTCA and TBT-DEDTK fungicides against the brown-rot fungus Serpula lacrymans and the white-rot fungus Trametes versicolor was evaluated by means of mycological tests in which treated and subsequently naturally aged beechwood samples were exposed to the effect of fungi in Kolle’s flasks. In accordance with Part 1 of this work (activity against moulds), the TCMTB fungi cide could again be characterized as more weather stable than organotin fungicides.


Keywords:     fungicides, beechwood, natural ageing, Serpulalacrymans, Trametesversicolor

Full citation:

Reinprecht L. (1998): Loss of antifungal activity of selected fungicides in treated wood due to natural ageing. Part 2: Activity against wood-destroying fungi. – Czech Mycology 50(4): 259–269. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.50403

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