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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 acknowledgements to Dr. Pat Phipps, plant pathologist, Tidewater Agricultural Research Center, Suffolk, Va.
   
Region
Where
Considered
A Problem1
Folicur
Abound
Bravo
Echo 720
Echo 720
PropiMax
Equus 720
Tilt Bravo
Tilt
Dithane
Topsin 6
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
F/G
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
F/G
P/F
P/F
P/F
G
G
G/E
E
G
G
Rust
SE, SW
G
G
G
G
F
G
F
P
F2
 
F2
P/F
P
G
P
G
E
P
F
Pepper Spot/
Leaf Scorch
SE, VC, SW
F/G
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
G
F/G
G
F/G
P/F
F
 
F
F
F
G/E
P/F
G
E
P/F
G
   
Region
Where
Considered
A Problem
Folicur
Abound
Terraclor
Tilt
Lorsban
Rovral
Metam
Sodium
Ridomil
PC
Vitavax
PC
Dynasty
PD
Moncut
Bravo/
Moncut
ManKocide
Omega
Montero
Stratego
Headline5
Artisan
Endura
SOILBORNE
DISEASES
Seedling
Diseases4
ALL
NL
G**
G**
NL
NL
NL
NR
NR
E
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
 
CBR3
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
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 2Fair when mixed with sulfur 3Cylindrocladium Black Rot 4For 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. 6 Topsin is in the benzimidazole class of fungicides and is highly susceptible to development of resistance. Topsin should be rotated or tank-mixed with other fungicides in the spray program.

 

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