Typhula Blight Severity as Influenced by the Number of Preventive Fungicide Applications and Snow Compaction

Fig. 1. Typhula blight severity on a Kentucky bluegrass (Breckenridge, CO) or an annual bluegrass (Vail, CO) fairway in April following a single application made the first week in November, and just before snow cover, of the systemic fungicide propiconazole (Banner MAXX 1.3MEC, 4.0 fl oz/1000 ft²) plus the contact fungicide fludioxonil (Medallion 50WDG 0.5 oz/1000 ft²), compared to plots receiving the same treatment plus an additional application of Banner MAXX, 4.0 fl oz/1000 ft² the last week in September or the first week in October (two applications). There were no differences (P > 0.10) in Typhula blight severity between one and two fungicide applications on any date. Lines indicate standard errors of the means.



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Typhula Blight Severity as Influenced by the Number of Preventive Fungicide Applications and Snow Compaction