Management of Early Leaf Spot of Peanut with Pyraclostrobin as Affected by Rate and Spray Interval

Fig. 3. Effect of increasing rates of pyraclostrobin applied at 14-day intervals on final intensity of early leaf spot (A) and pod yield (B) of peanut at Tifton, Georgia, in 1998. Rate response to pyraclostrobin is indicated with the solid black line, compared to nontreated (NT) plots, full-season (7 sprays) applications of 1.26 kg/ha of chlorothalonil (Chl) or 227 g/ha of tebuconazole (Teb), and block applications of 1.26 kg/ha of chlorothalonil (sprays 1, 2, and 7) and 227 g/ha of tebuconazole (sprays 3 to 6) (Teb block), represented by vertical red bars. The vertical bars do not correspond with any rate on the x-axis.



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Management of Early Leaf Spot of Peanut with Pyraclostrobin as Affected by Rate and Spray Interval