Applications of Mixtures of Copper Fungicides and Chlorothalonil for Management of Peanut Leaf Spot Diseases

Fig. 5. Effect of chlorothalonil (Chl) (1.26 kg/ha); a pre-mix formulation of chlorothalonil (Chl) (0.56 kg/ha) and copper oxychloride (3Cu(OH)2•CuCl2) (0.56 kg/ha); tank mixes of copper hydroxide (Cu(OH)2) (0.63 kg/ha) and Chl (0.63 kg/ha); tank mixes of Chl (0.84 kg/ha) and propiconazole (Prop) (0.063 kg/ha); and block applications of Chl (1.26 kg/ha), sprays 1, 2, and 7, and tebuconazole (Teb) (0.23 kg/ha) sprays 3 to 6, applied on a 14-day schedule on peanut leaf spot severity (A) and yield (B) at Tifton (dark blue bars) and Plains (light blue bars), GA in 1999. An asterisk (*) indicates the treatment was not included in that test. NS indicates no significant treatment effect, and no LSD was calculated.



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Applications of Mixtures of Copper Fungicides and Chlorothalonil for Management of Peanut Leaf Spot Diseases