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Peanut Fungicide Guide
Compiled by Drs. Bob Kemerait, Tim Brenneman and Albert Culbreath, University of Georgia Dept. of Plant Pathology,
with acknowledgement to Dr. Thomas “Chip” Lee, Texas A&M University.
   
Region   Where Considered A Problem (1)
Folicur
Abound
Bravo
Echo 720
Echo 720 + PropiMax
Equus 720
Bravo+ Tilt
Tilt
Dithane
Manzate
ManKocide
Bravo
Top Cop
Bravo/ Moncut
Montero
Stratego
Headline
Artisan
Kocide/ Chlorothalonil

FOLIAR
DISEASES

Early Leaf Spot
All
G
G
G
G
G/E
G
G/E
G/E
P/F
P/F
F
F
G
G
G/E
E
G
G
Late Leaf Spot
SE
G
G
G
G
G/E
G
G/E
G
P/F
P/F
P/F
P/F
G
G
G/E
E
G
G
Rust
SE, SW
G
G
G
G
F
G
F
P
F (2)
F (2)
P/F
P
G
P
G
E
P
F
Pepper Spot/Leaf Scorch
SE, VC, SW
F/G
 
F/G
F/G
G
F/G
G
P/F
F
F
F
F
F/G
P/F
G
G
P/F
F/G
Web Blotch
VC, SW
F/G
 
G/E
G/E
 
G/E
 
P/F
F
F
F
F
G/E
P/F
 
E
P/F
G
   
Region   Where Considered A Problem
Folicur
Abound
Terraclor
Tilt
Lorsban
Rovral
Metam Sodium
Ridomil PC
Vitavax PC
Moncut
Bravo/ Moncut
ManKocide
Omega
Montero
Stratego
Headline (5)
Artisan
Endura
SOILBORNER
DISEASES

Seedling Diseases (4)
ALL
NL
G**
G**
NL
NL
NL
NR
NR
E
NL
NL
NL
 
NL
   
NL
 
Stem Rot
SE, SW
G
G
F
F
F
NL
NR
NR
NL
G
G
NL
 
G
 
G
G
 
CBR (3)
VC, SE*
F
F
NL
NL
NL
NL
G
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL
 
NL
   
NL
 
Rhizoctonia Limb Rot
ALL
G
G/E
P
NL
NL
NL
NR
NL
NL
G
G
NL
 
G
F
G
G
 
Sclerotinia Blight
VC, SW
NL
 
NL
NL
NL
F
NR
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL/ WA
E
NL
   
NL
E
Pod Rot
ALL
NL
 
NR
NL
NL
NL
NR
F
NL
NL
NL
NL
 
NL
   
NL
 
Aspergillus Crown Rot
SE, SW
NL
G**
F**
NL
NL
NL
NR
NL
NL
NL
NL
NL
 
NL
   
NL
 
   
Region   Where Considered A Problem
Temik
Nemacur
Mocap
Telone II
Vapam
Thimet
                       
NEMATODES
Northern Root-Knot
VC, SW
F
F
F
G/E
G
                         
Peanut Root-Knot
SE, VC*, SW
G
F
P
G
P
                         
Sting
VC
P
F
P
G/E
G
                         
 
VIRUS DISEASE
                                     
 
Tomato Spotted Wilt
All
         
F
                       
E = Excellent Control; G = Good Control; F = Fair Control; P = Poor Control; NL = Not Labelled; NR = Not Recommended; WA = Will Not Aggravate
(1) VC = Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina; SE = Alabama, Florida, Georgia; SW = Texas, Oklahoma; *Problem within certain states in the indicated region.
** In-furrow application (2) Fair when mixed with sulfur (3) Cylindrocladium Black Rot (4) For example: Rhizoctonia, seedling blight. (5) Refers specifically to a 12 oz/A rate.
Headline is a component of an overall soilborne program that includes either Folicur, Moncut, Artisan or Montero.


     

 

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