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Apple: Malus x domestica ‘Jerseymac’, ‘Redcort’, ‘Golden Delicious’
Apple scab; Cedar apple rust; Quince rust; Powdery mildew; Flyspeck;Sooty blotch; Fruit rots: Venturia inaequalis; Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae; Gymnosporangium clavipes; Podosphaera leucotricha; Zygophiala jamaicensis; species complex

Evaluations of apple disease control with Sporan, Enable, Scala, and other fungicides, 2006.

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First Author: D.A. Rosenberger, Cornell University.

Additional Authors: F.W. Meyer, R.W. Christiana,

Section: Pome Fruits


Geographical location: New York, United States

Products Tested: Sporan; Dithane; Penncozeb; Microthiol Disperss; Topsin M; Nova; Scala; Enable; Flint; Elite; USF 2010

Active chemical(s): Prorionic acid, 2-hydroxy-, butyl ester; Oil of Rosemary; Oil of Cloves; Oil of Thyme; Mancozeb; Mancozeb; Sulfur; Thiophanate-methyl; Myclobutanil; Pyrimethanil; Fenbuconazole; Trifloxystrobin; Tebuconazole; Unknown

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Manufacturer(s): Cerexagri, Inc; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Cerexagri, Inc; Cerexagri, Inc; Cerexagri, Inc; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Bayer CropScience; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience

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