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Sweet cherry: Prunus avium ’Bing’
Powdery mildew: Podosphaera uPonttine

Evaluation of sweet cherry powdery mildew treatment timing rationale at Prosser, 2006

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First Author: Jeffrey Lunden, Washington State University.

Additional Authors: G.G. Grove.

Section: Stone Fruits and Nuts

Keyword(s): Mildew model; application timing;foliar infection;mildew incidence;risk index

Geographical location: Washington, United States

Products Tested: Procure; Pristine; Sylgard 309

Active chemical(s): Triflumizole; Pyraclostrobin + boscalid; Silicon

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Manufacturer(s): Crompton Corporation; BASF Corporation; Wilbur-Ellis



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