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Report No. 6:V033
Tomato: Lycopersicon esculentum
Bacterial spot: Xanthomonas perforans

Evaluation of copper and non-copper bactericides, and biopesticides for the management of bacterial spot of tomato, spring 2011

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First Author: G.E. Vallad, University of Florida

Additional Authors: C. -H. Huang

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

Keyword(s): Induced resistance

Geographical location: Florida, United States

Products Tested: Actigard; Actinovate; Cuprofix Ultra 40 Disperss; Kocide 3000; Penncozeb 75DF; HeadsUp Plant Protectant; HMO-736; Kasumin; ManKocide; QRD 146; Nordox 75; Tactic; SAver; Serenade Max

Active chemical(s): Acibenzolar-S-methyl; Streptomyces lydicus; Cuprous oxide; Cupric hydroxide; Mancozeb; Undisclosed; Seaweed extract; Kasugamycin; Mancozeb + Copper hydroxide; Confidential; Cuprous oxide; Synthetic latex, 1,2-propanediol, Alcohol ethoxylate, silicon polyether copolymer; Phytonutrients; Bacillus subtilis strain QST 713

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Manufacturer(s): Syngenta; Natural Industries, Inc.; United Phosphorus, Inc.; DuPont; United Phosphorus, Inc.; HeadsUp Plant Protectant; Marrone Bio Innovations; Arysta; DuPont; AgraQuest, Inc.; Monterey Chemical Company; Loveland Industries; Plant Food Systems; AgraQuest, Inc.

Publication date: March 30, 2012



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