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Almond: Prunus amygdalus, 'Nonpariel'
Powdery mildew: Podosphaera Leucrotricha or Spaerotheca pannosa

Evaluation of fungicides for control of powdery mildew on almond, 2007

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First Author: B.A. Holtz, University of California Cooperative Extension.

Additional Authors: T.M. Martin-Duvall; J.E. Adaskaveg

Section: Stone Fruits and Nuts

Keyword(s): Abound; adament; A15909; Enable;Gem; Inspire; Laredo; Microthiol Disperss 80WG; Pristine; Quintec;Topsin; V10116; BreakThru; Induce

Geographical location: California, United States

Products Tested: Induce; Abound; Pristine; Inspire; A15909A; V-10116; Enable; Laredo 1.67EW; BreakThru; Quintec; Microthiol Disperss; Topsin M; Gem; Adament

Active chemical(s): Alkyl aryl Polyoxylkane Ethers, Free Fatty Acids, and Dimothyl Polysiloxane; Azoxystrobin; Boscalid + pyraclostrobin; Difenoconazole; Experimental; Experimental; Fenbuconazole; Myclobutanil; Polyether-polymethylsiloxane-copolymer; Quinoxyfen; Sulfur; Thiophanate-methyl; Trifloxystrobin; Trifloxystrobin + tebuconazole

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Biorational Product:

Manufacturer(s): Helena Chemical Company; Syngenta; BASF Corporation; Syngenta; Syngenta; Valent USA; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Plant Health Technologies; Dow AgroSciences LLC; United Phosphorus Inc; United Phosphorus Inc; Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience

Publication date: August 5, 2008



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