Report No. 7:SMF022
Fungicide control of grape powdery mildew, trial 1, 2012.
First Author: I.S. Bay, University of California, Davis
Additional Authors: T.N. Nguyen, J.F. Emerson, W.D. Gubler
Section: Small Fruits
Geographical location: California, United States
Products Tested: Abound; Dyne-Amic; Elite; Exp 3; Flint; Inspire Super; Koverall; Luna Experience; Luna Tranquility; Merivon; Pristine; Quadris Top; Quintec; Rally; Silwet L-77; Sonata; Sovran; Sylgard 309; Topguard; Vivando
Active chemical(s): Azoxystrobin; Polyalkyleneoxide modified polydimethylsiloxane, nonionic emulsifiers, methyl ester of C-16-C-18 fatty acids; Tebuconazole; Proprietary; Trifloxystrobin; Difenoconazole + Cyprodinil; Sulfur; Fluopyram + Tebuconazole; Fluopyram + Pyrimethanil; Fluxapyroxad + Pyraclostrobin; Pyraclostrobin + Boscalid; Azoxystrobin + Difenoconazole; Quinoxyfen; Myclobutanil; Polyalkyleneoxide modified heptamethyltrisiloxane; Bacillus pumilus strain 2808; Kresoxim-methyl; Polysiloxane; Flutriafol; Metrafenone
Biological Control: 1. Problad Plus; protein extract from plant of the genus Lupinus; FMC Corporation NUP-12033; copper hydroxide; Nufarm America, Inc. 3. Kocide 3000; copper hydroxide, DuPont.
Manufacturer(s): Syngenta; Helena Chemical Company; Bayer CropScience; N/A; Bayer CropScience; Syngenta; BASF Corporation; Bayer CropScience; Bayer CropScience; BASF Corporation; BASF Corporation; Syngenta; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Dow AgroSciences LLC; Helena Chemical Company; AgraQuest, Inc.; Cheminova; Dow Corning Corporation; Cheminova; BASF Corporation
Publication date: March 11, 2013
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