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Report No. 11:PF002
Apple: Malus domestica
Fire blight: Erwinia amylovora

Evaluation of Cueva, Nu-Cop HB, Nu-Cop 30HB, Oxidate, and Actigard for resistance management and control of fire blight on Jonathan apples, 2016.

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First Author: C.O. Outwater, Michigan State University

Additional Authors: G.W. Sundin

Section: Pome Fruits

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Geographical location: Michigan, United States

Products Tested: Apogee; Choice Weather Master; Cueva; FireLine 17W; Kasumin; Nu-Cop 30 HB; Nu-Cop HB; OxiDate; Regulaid; Bravo WeatherStik

Active chemical(s): Prohexadione calcium; Propionic acid ammonium salt, alkylphenol ethoxylate phosphate ester, 2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid, ammonium sulfate, acrylic acid polymer sodium salt; Copper octanoate; Oxytetracycline; Kasugamycin; Copper hydroxide; Copper hydroxide; Hydrogen dioxide + Peroxyacetic Acid; 2-butoxyethanol, poloxalene, monopropylene glycol; Chlorothalonil

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Manufacturer(s): BASF Corporation; Loveland Products; Certis; AgroSource, Inc.; Arysta; Albaugh, Inc.; Albaugh, Inc.; Biosafe Systems; Kalo; Syngenta

Publication date: March 7, 2017



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