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Apple: Malus x domestica ‘Golden Delicious’;‘Red Delicious’;‘Rome Beauty’;‘Stayman’;‘Cortland’
Apple scab; Powdery mildew: Venturia inaequalis; Podosphaera leucotricha

Evaluation of Difenoconazole in Controlling Apple Scab and Powdery mildew 2006

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First Author: N. O. Halbrendt, Pennsylvania State University.

Additional Authors: B. L. Lehman, B. Jarjour, J. W. Travis

Section: Pome Fruits

Keyword(s): Apple, difenoconazole, apple scab, powdery mildew

Geographical location: Pennsylvania, United States

Products Tested: Dithane Rainshield; Vangard; A7402; Nova; Flint

Active chemical(s): Mancozeb; Cyprodinil; Difenoconazole; Myclobutanil; Trifloxystrobin

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Manufacturer(s): Dow AgroSciences LLC; Syngenta; Syngenta; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Bayer CropScience



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