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2011 PESTICIDE GUIDE
Disease Management
  • Peanut Fungicide Guide
  • Disease ID Guide
Insect Management
  • Insecticide Chart
  • Insecticide ID Guide
Weed Management
  • Weed Response to
    Herbicides Used In
    Peanuts - PPI / PRE / AC
  • Weed Response to
    Herbicides Used In
    Peanuts -Postemergence
  • Weed ID Guide
Editors Note
Market Watch
News Briefs
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Disease Management

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Peanut Fungicide Guide

Compiled by
Drs. Bob Kemerait, Tim Brenneman and Albert Culbreath, University of Georgia Dept. of Plant Pathology.

FOLIAR DISEASES
  Region
Where
Considered
A Problem
Folicur
and Other
Tebuconizole
Products
Quash Abound Bravo Echo 720 + Echo 720 PropiMax Tilt Bravo Dithane Topsin4 Manzate  
Early Leaf Spot All F/G F/G G G G G/E G/E P/F G/E P/F  
Late Leaf Spot SE F/G F/G G G G G/E G/E P/F G/E P/F  
Rust SE, SW G   G G G F F F3   F3  
Pepper Spot/Leaf Scorch SE, VC, SW F/G   G F/G F/G G G F   F  
Web Blotch VC, SW F/G   G/E G G F/G F/G F   F  
FOLIAR DISEASES
  ManKocide Elast 400F Provost Stratego Headline Artisan Chloro-
thalonil
Kocide/
Absolute
Evito 480SC Eminent 125SL+ Echo Topsin + Chloro-thalonil5 T-methyl +Chloro-thalonil5
Early Leaf Spot F G6 G/E G/E E G G G/E G G/E G/E G/E
Late Leaf Spot P/F G6 G/E G/E E G G G/E G G/E G/E G/E
Rust P/F     G E P F G        
Pepper Spot/Leaf Scorch F     G G P/F F/G G        
Web Blotch F     G E P/F G G        

 

SOILBORNE DISEASES
  Region
Where
Considered
A Problem
Tebuconazole Products Abound Terraclor   Lorsban Rovral Metam Sodium Ridomil PC Vitavax
PC
Dynasty PD  
Seedling Diseases1 ALL NL G** G**   NL NL NR NR E E  
White Mold,
Stem Rot
SE, SW G G F   F NL NR NR NL    
CBR VC, SE* F F NL   NL NL G NL NL    
Rhizoctonia
Limb Rot
ALL G G/E P   NL NL NR NL NL    
Sclerotinia
Blight
VC, SW NL NL NL   NL F NR NL NL    
Pod Rot ALL NL   NR   NL NL NR F NL    
Aspergillus
Crown Rot
SE, SW NL G** F**   NL NL NR NL NL    
SOILBORNE DISEASES
  Moncut ManKocide Omega Provost Stratego Headline2 Artisan Convoy Endura Trilex Optimum Evito 480SC Proline8
Seedling Diseases1 NL NL         NL     E    
White Mold,
Stem Rot
G NL   G/E   G G/E G/E     G  
CBR NL NL   F     NL         G/E**
Rhizoctonia
Limb Rot
G NL   G F G G G     G  
Sclerotinia
Blight
NL NL/WA E       NL   E      
Pod Rot NL NL         NL          
Aspergillus
Crown Rot
NL NL         NL          

 

NEMATODES
  Region Where
Considered
A Problem
Temik Telone II Vapam Enclosure7 NemOut7 Thimet
Northern Root-Knot VC, SW F G/E G      
Peanut Root-Knot SE, VC*, SW G E P      
Sting VC 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
*Problem within certain states in the indicated region. ** In-furrow application at planting. 1Rhizoctonia, seedling blight. 2Refers specifically to a 12 oz/A rate. Headline is a component of an overall soilborne program that includes either tebuconazole, Moncut or Artisan. 3Fair, when used with sulfer. 4Topsin and T-methyl can be excellent on leaf spot control, but should not be used more than once in a season without a tankmix partner because of existing fungicide resistance issues. 5No more than two applications in a season. 6Good, but most effectively used in first half of season. 7Research continues on efficacy of management of peanut root-knot nematode. 8An in-furrow application of Proline is an important management tool for CBR and may reduce the severity of stem rot in some situations.

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