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oxadixyl
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polychlorobenzoic acid
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pyraclostrobin
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pyrimidine fungicides
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sulfuryl fluoride
tecnazene
thiram
tolclofos-methyl
triazole fungicides
tricyclazole
triforine
Resources in fungicides:
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2006 Pest Management Guide for the Production and Maintenance of Herbaceous Perennials

The information,is presented in tabular form for easy reference, is intended to provide growers with information on the fungicides, insecticides, and miticides currently registered for application to herbaceous perennials.

Tom Dudek, Cornell Unviersity 2006 40 pages

This bulletin is available from the MSU Extension Bookstore



Ballad biofungicide registered for soybean rust and can be used for organic soybean production

Basic information about Ballad, the only OMRI approved fungicide to control rust in organic soybean production.



Cherry Fungicides for 2005
Table listing various cherry fungicides and at what stages of cherry development they are recommended for use. 1 page.

Copper injury
Describes Copper injury in grapes. Discusses negative attributes of copper fungicides. Includes a photograph of affected leaves.

Effectiveness of Fungicides for Blueberry Disease Control
Table showing the effectiveness of various fungicides for blueberry disease control.

Foliar Fungicides for Corn: Targeting Disease

 

A foliar fungicide application might be agood investment to help boost profits, It is important to target diseases when making a foliar fungicide application decision in corn. Spraying corn fields without considering disease risk factors or scouting observations may be like pouring money down the drain. However, in the right situations, foliar fungicides can be used to help protect against yield reductions due to diseases and boost profits. The key to better and more profitable utilization of foliar fungicides in corn is to target disease.  2 pp.

 

 



Grape Fungicide Efficacy Table
Table listing the relative effectiveness of fungicides for grape disease control in Michigan.

HeadsUp fungicide approved for organic grower use by OMRI

Information about the fungicide HeadsUp®, recently approved by OMRI for organic grower use.



Indar 2F label for blueberries

New specimen label for Indar 2F fungicide for use in blueberries.



Managing Fungicide and Bactericide Resistance in Plant Diseases
This publication describes pesticide resistance in plant disease. Specifically addresses fungicide and bactericide. Includes strategies to prevent or delay resistance to fungicides and bactericides.

New formulation of Kocide 3000 available for 2007

Information about the benefits of using a new fungicide/bactericide from DuPont called Kocide 3000.



Pears in Michigan
A comprehensive overview of pest control in pear production in Michigan.

Red Tart Cherry Fruit Quality: As Related to Location, Season, Fungicides and Nitrogen
MSU Extension Service
MSU Agricultural Experiment Station
Michigan State University
Research Report RR250


A.L. Jones, Botany and Plant Pathology; W. J. MacLean, MSU Extension
Issued September 1974 4 pages (Fil. 1)

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Michigan Extension office.

Relative Effectiveness of Fungicides for Grape Disease Control in Michigan
Table showing the relative effectiveness of various fungicides for grape disease control.

Section 18 label for Topsin M

A new fungicide label for Topsin M fungicide for use on blueberries in Michigan.



Soybean Rust Fungicide Use Guidelines for 2007

Help in determining when to apply a fungicide for soybean rust. 2 pp.



Spray Bulletin for Commercial Tree Fruit Growers

Spray recommendations for the various stages of growth for apples, pears, peaches and nectarines, cherries, plums and prunes. The recommendations are for commercial fruit growers.

Produced by Virginia Tech

From the MSU Cherries AgNIC site.



Spray Guide for Home Fruit

Spray recommendations for the various stages of growth for apples and pears, stone fruits, grapes, brambles, strawberries and blueberries. The recommendations are for home fruit growers.

Produced by Virginia Tech

From the MSU Cherries AgNIC site.



Supplemental Indar WSP label

New, supplemental label for Indar WSP fungicide for disease control in blueberries.



The role of fungicides in organic production
Information on the proper use of fungicides in organic production to slow the rate of disease spread.

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