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Grape: Vitis vinifera
Powdery mildew: Uncinula necator

Fungicide control of grape bunch rot caused by B. cinerea, 2006.

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First Author: C.N. Janousek, University of California, Davis.

Additional Authors: K.C. Asay, W.D. Gubler

Section: Small Fruits

Keyword(s): Johannesburg Reisling

Geographical location: California, United States

Products Tested: Elevate; Evito; Silwet L-77; DPX-LEM 17SC 200GL; Vangard; Endura; V-10135; Elite; Sporan; Procure; USF 2014; Latron B-1956; Scala; Flint; NuFilm 17; DPX-LEM 17SC 50G

Active chemical(s): Fenhexamid; Fluoxastrobin; Silicon; Unknown; Cyprodinil; Boscalid; Unknown; Myclobutanil; Rosemary oil, wintergreen oil; Triflumizole; Trifloxystrobin + pyrimethanil; Modified phthalic glycerol alkyd resin; Pyrimethanil; Trifloxystrobin; di-1-p-menthene; Unknown

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Manufacturer(s): Arvesta Corporation; Arysta; Loveland Industries; DuPont; Syngenta; BASF Corporation; Valent BioScience Corporation; Bayer CropScience; EcoSmart Technologies; Chemtura Corporation; Bayer CropScience; Loveland Industries; Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience; DuPont

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