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Tomato: Lycopersicon esculentum ‘Mountain Spring’
Bacterial spot: Xanthomonas perforans

Evaluation of spray programs for control of bacterial leaf spot of tomato, 2007.

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First Author: Kelly Ivors, NC State University.

Additional Authors: D.C. Milks, C. Holmberg

Section: Citrus, Tropical, Vegetable, and Misc. Crops

Keyword(s): bacterial spot, Xanthomonas

Geographical location: North Carolina, United States

Products Tested: Manzate Pro Stick; Cabrio; ProPhyt; Tanos; Penncozeb; Kasumin 2L; Actigard; Kocide 3000; Quadris; Ranman; Activator 90; Bravo WeatherStik; Serenade Max

Active chemical(s): Zinc ion + Manganese ethylene bisdithiocarbamate; Pyraclostrobin; Potassium phosphite; Famoxadone + cymoxanil; Mancozeb; Kasugamycin; Acibenzolar-S-methyl; Copper hydroxide; Azoxystrobin; Cyazofamid; Alkyl aryl polyoxylkane ether + free fatty acids; Chlorothalonil; Bacillus subtilis strain QST 713

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Manufacturer(s): DuPont; BASF Corporation; Luxembourg - PAMOL Industries Inc.; DuPont; Cerexagri, Inc; Arysta; Syngenta; DuPont; Syngenta; ISK Biosciences Corporation; Loveland Industries; Syngenta; AgraQuest, Inc.

Publication date: March 25, 2008

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