Report No. 6:PF039
Apple: Malus x domestica ‘Ginger Gold’, ‘Honeycrisp’, ‘Liberty’, ‘Macoun’, ‘Zestar!’
Fire blight; Apple scab; Fruit rot; Cedar apple rust; Hawthorn rust; Japanese apple rust; Flyspeck; Sooty blotch; Necrotic leaf spot; Brooks spot; Lenticel blackening; Powdery mildew: Erwinia amylovora; Venturia inaequalis; unidentified; Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae; Gymnosporangium globosum; Gymnosporangium yamadae; Zygophiala jamaicensis; disease complex; unidentified; Mycosphaerel

Foliar and fruit disease evaluation of five apple cultivars under organic management in Vermont, 2009

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First Author: L.P. Berkett, University of Vermont

Additional Authors: M.C. Griffith, M.E. Garcia, R.E. Moran, R.L. Parsons, H.M. Darby, T. L. Bradshaw, and S. L. Kingsley-Richards

Section: Pome Fruits

Keyword(s): apple; organic; cultivar susceptibility

Geographical location: Vermont, United States

Products Tested: Microthiol Disperss; Miller Lime Sulfur

Active chemical(s): Sulfur; Lime sulfur

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Manufacturer(s): Cerexagri; Miller Chemical & Fertilizer Corp.

Publication date: March 30, 2012

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