Use of Resistant Peanut Cultivars and Reduced Fungicide Inputs for Disease Management in Strip-Tillage and Conventional Tillage Systems

Fig. 5. Spatial map of stem rot incidence on peanut in on-farm trials conducted in Worth Co., GA in 2000. Fungicide treatments are denoted at margin of each block as: (1) Georgia Green at 14-day intervals, (2) Georgia Green at 21- to 28-day intervals, (3) MDR 98 at 14-day intervals, (4) MDR 98 at 21- to 28-day intervals. Stem rot incidence was mapped based on percentage of 31-cm sections of row infected on 10-m interval blocks within each plot for both tillage practices. Each block represents a 2-m by 10-m plot.



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Use of Resistant Peanut Cultivars and Reduced Fungicide Inputs for Disease Management in Strip-Tillage and Conventional Tillage Systems