FUNGICIDES ï 137 CHAPTER 15 Fungicides Fungicides are extensively used in industry, agriculture, and the home and garden for a number of purposes, including: protection of seed grain during storage, shipment, and germination; protection of mature crops, berries, seedlings, flowers, and grasses ...

Disease Management Strategies for Horticultural Crops

1 Purdue extension www.btny.purdue. edu using organic Fungicides Janna Beckerman Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue University BP-69-W Disease Management Strategies Photo by Dan Egel Figure 1.


28 Pesticide Outlook - February 2000 This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2000 Introduction History is littered with instances serious food shortage caused by plant disease.

Secondary Effects of Fungicides

83 USING FOLIAR FUNGICIDES TO MANAGE SOYBEAN RUST Chapter 14 Secondary Effects of Fungicides David Ragsdale and Karrie Koch, University of Minnesota Craig Grau, University of Wisconsin A variety of insects and mites are pests of soybean throughout North America.

Fungicide Resistance Management

Penetrant fungicides are absorbed into plants following application. Because these fungicides are absorbed into plants, they are generally considered systemic fungicides.


Microsoft Word - 2008 MOA Tables.doc. 56 FUNGICIDES MODE OF ACTION TABLE FRAC GROUP MODE OF ACTION CHEMICAL FAMILY (GROUP) ACTIVE INGREDIENTS 1 Mitosis and cell division benzimidazoles thiabendazole 1 thiophanates thiophanate-methyl 2 Respiration iprodione vinclozolin 3 Sterol synethesis ...


FUNGICIDES FOR MANAGING ANTHRACNOSE PAGE 7 - 1 7.0 FUNGICIDES FOR MANAGING ANTHRACNOSE 7.1 How Fungicides Suppress Anthracnose - Fungicides protect young, susceptible fern leaves from becoming infected by the anthracnose pathogen in two fundamental ways which depend upon the type of fungicide used.

Fungicides - A Practical Approach to Resistance Management ...

Fungicides - A Practical Approach to Resistance Management for Potato Diseases What is resistance? Resistance is an inherited change in a plant pathogen's susceptibility to a fungicide.

Using Fungicides for Controlling Grape Diseases

Midwest Small Fruit Pest Management Handbook 141 the fruit and foliage staying wet for longer periods. For this reason, most diseases caused by fungi are generally more serious in plantings with poor weed control than in those with good weed control.

Fungicides for Strawberry Disease Control

Midwest Small Fruit Pest Management Handbook 33 Fungicides for Strawberry Disease Control Most fungicides used on strawberries are directed at the control of fruit rots and foliar diseases (Table 2-2).

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