Report No. 10:V062
Squash, scallop : Cucurbita pepo
Powdery mildew: Sphaerotheca fuliginea

Evaluation of experimental fungicides for the management of common foliar fungal diseases of tomato, spring 2015

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First Author: Gary Vallad

Additional Authors: B.S. Hughes, S.A. Kalb, K. Triner, J.A. Seibert, H. Adkison, R.S. Willis

Section: Citrus, Tropical, Vegetable, and Misc. Crops


Geographical location: Florida, United States

Products Tested: Serenade Max; Vivando; Merivon 4.18SC; Quintec 2.08SC; Torino; Mettle; GWN-10389; GWN-10356; GWN-10320; GWN-10250; Dyne-Amic; Taegro ECO; Inspire Super; Bravo WeatherStik 6SC; Aprovia Top

Active chemical(s): Bacillus subtilis strain QST 713; Metrafenone; Fluxapyroxad + Pyraclostrobin; Quinoxyfen; Cyflufenamid; Tetraconazole; Undisclosed; Undisclosed; Undisclosed; Undisclosed; Polyalkyleneoxide modified polydimethylsiloxane, nonionic emulsifiers, methuyl ester of C-16-C-18 fatty acids; Bacillus subtilis var. amyloliquefacians strain FZB24; Difenoconazole + Cyprodinil; Chlorothalonil; Difenoconazole + Benzovindiflupyr

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Biorational Product:

Manufacturer(s): AgraQuest, Inc.; BASF Corporation; BASF Corporation; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Gowan Company; Gowan Company; Gowan Company; Gowan Company; Gowan Company; Gowan Company; Helena Chemical Company; Novozymes Biologicals; Syngenta; Syngenta; Syngenta

Publication date: March 7, 2016

The American Phytopathological Society