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Squash, summer: Cucurbita pepo
Powdery mildew: Sphaerotheca fuliginia

Evaluation of selected fungicides for control of powdery mildew in summer squash in Georgia, 2008.

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First Author: David Langston, University of Georgia.

Additional Authors: F.H. Sanders, Jr.

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

Keyword(s): spray programs, powdery mildew

Geographical location: Georgia, United States

Products Tested: Companion; Citrex; Pristine; NF-149; Val 5-1630; V-10118; Seacide; MOI-106; Prev-Am; K-Phite; HMO 736; Sporan; Endorse; Quintec; Actinovate; Procure

Active chemical(s): Bacillus subtilis GB03; Bio-organic acids and plant extracts; Boscalid + pyraclostrobin; Cyflufenamid; Experimental; Experimental; fish oil; giant knotweed extract; Natural Plant Extract; Phosphorous acid; Plant defense activator protein; Plant Essential Oils; Polyoxin D zinc salt; Quinoxyfen; Streptomyces lydicus; Triflumizole

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Manufacturer(s): AmHydro; Citrex, Inc.; BASF Corporation; Nisso; Helena Chemical Company; Valent USA; Superior Oils; Marrone Organics; Oro Agri, Inc.; Plant Food Systems; Vacciplant; Bioganic Crop Protection; Arvesta Corporation; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Natural Industries, Inc.; Chemtura Corporation

Publication date: August 18, 2009



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