Tag Archives: fungicides

New Oomycete-specific Fungicide from Syngenta

Micora™, a new fungicide from Syngenta, is now registered for use on greenhouse and outdoor ornamentals and vegetable transplants to be sold to retail consumers. Micora™ contains the active ingredient mandipropamid (a carboxylic acid amide), which is specific for the … Continue reading

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Home Garden Fungicide for Control of Rust on Mayhaw

Home orchard enthusiasts growing mayhaws now have a readily available fungicide they can use for control of rust caused by Gymnosporanium clavipes.  Mayhaw has been added to the new label for Spectracide Immunox Multi-purpose Fungicide containing the active ingredient myclobutanil. For … Continue reading

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Citrus Post-Harvest Fungicide Now Registered in Louisiana

Graduate A+, a combination of the fungicides fludioxonil and azoxystrobin, is now registered for use in Louisiana as a post-harvest fungicide treatment on citrus.  As part of the federal quarantine for Sweet Orange Scab, all citrus fruit being shipped out of the quarantined … Continue reading

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Disease Du Jour (April 11)

Received to e-mails today from folks wanting to know what they can do about quince rust on mayhaws. At this point, since the disease is already expressing symptoms, there’s not much that can be done. The spores that are produced … Continue reading

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New Fungicide for Control of Large (Brown) Patch in Home Lawns

Believe it or not, fall is just around the corner, which means it’s almost time for large (or brown) patch to makes its annual appearance. Just a reminder that to control this disease fungicides should be applied preventatively beginning about mid-September, … Continue reading

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Cucurbit Downy Mildew is on the move

  It’s that time of year again. Cucurbit downy mildew is on the move and the extension pathologists involved in the Cucurbit Downy Mildew ipmPIPE project had our first conference call this morning. To date outbreaks of downy mildew have been reported on a variety of … Continue reading

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