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Posts related to Fungicide (38)

Disease Management Now

Important Note: No further applications of leaf spot fungicides will be needed for growers who plan to dig in the …

Confusing Terminology

Question: Why would you do a salvage spray? Also, is there anything that should/can be done for peanuts dug last …

stem rot

Disease Note From Barbara Shew

Mid-Season Peanut Disease Control and Disease Advisories At least one fungicide application for leaf spot has been made to most …

Spotted wilt of peanut observed in fields with lower than optimum peanut populations.

JLA Report for July 23 2015

The peanut crop in the V-C region has improved in some areas due to recent rains, although distribution of …

Fungicide Timing on Bailey

Question: Baileys planted on May 20th. When should we start applying the first fungicide? Answer: You can start at R3 (obvious …

Flower in the peanut canopy on July 9.

JLA Report for v-C Region July 10

The peanut crop in the V-C region is variable in growth and development due primarily to rainfall distribution. It …

More Mixing Comments

Tank mixing questions: I am beginning to get a lot of these relative to either postemergence herbicides or Apogee with …

Using the Leaf Spot Advisory

Using the North Carolina leaf spot advisory Barbara Shew, Department of Plant Pathology, NC State University The North Carolina peanut leaf …

peanut plants recovering from early season thrips injury

JLA Report - 6-11-16

Planting of the peanut crop in the V-C region is complete and the vast majority of fields have adequate …

Mixing in-Furrow Products

Comments on compatibility of in-furrow products from 2015 Peanut Information. If someone asks about mixing materials and applying them in …

Pests and Planting Dates APRES

Influence of Planting Date on Peanut Response to Injury from Thrips and Herbicides. M.D. INMAN*, D.L. JORDAN, P.D. JOHNSON, R.L. …

Data on Salvage Spray Programs

Defoliation at digging (percent) Pod yield (pounds per acre) Year No salvage Salvage No salvage Salvage 2005 45 27* 2610 2390 2006 41 38* 3330 2880* 2008 37 44 4270 4380 2010 34 21* 2570 2660 2011 31 20 3880 5030* 2012 30 22 4440 4510 Salvage spray was Headline (6 oz/acre) plus chlorothalonil (16 oz/acre) …

Late Season Fungicide Selection

Comments from Barbara Shew on Late-Season Fungicide Selection… Most people are getting ready to make their final foliar fungicide application …

Flowering of peanut planted in early May under irrigation.

JLA Update June 21

The majority of peanut fields in the V-C region have adequate stands with peanuts experiencing minimal stress. Although some …

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Thrips Control

I’ll send you things periodically as I think about them. I know it is early to think about thrips …

Follow Up on Twin Rows

I had a question this week from a farmer considering twin rows and purchasing a planter and this explains …

Fungicide Information From Barbara

Sample foliar fungicide programs for peanut disease control 2013 Article first appeared as North Carolina Peanut Note …

Foliar Burn

There have been a number of questions about compatibility of Apogee with other agrochemicals. Over the years we have …

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Apogee Use in Peanut 2012

Apogee Quite a few people are expressing internet in applying Apogee. They will have difficulty getting product but if they …

Peanut Growers Survey Options

Content for this item is only available as a PDF document. Click here to view. Article first appeared as North …

Fungicide Resistance Management

Barbara sent me an excellent note reminding us all of how important resistance management is with fungicides. We all know …

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Disease Management After Irene

Disease control following Hurricane Irene Barbara Shew, Extension Specialist Department of Plant Pathology, NCSU Aug. 31, 2011 Sclerotinia blight Heavy rain from Irene, wet …

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Crop Maturity

Most people will probably get enough rain with this storm to push the crop along. One question that has …

Diseases and Irene

Comments from Barbara on disease management with Irene possibly hitting North Carolina Most locations around the state have experienced very typical …

Disease Updates and Links to Photos

The photos Barbara has are excellent! From Barbara Shew Most growers should have applied the first leaf spot spray in early-mid …

Agrochemical Compatibility

Lots of questions about mixing agrochemicals. I have been preparing a summary for the APRES meeting on a student’s …

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Foliar Disease Control Programs

Time for peanut disease control Barbara Shew Now is the time for peanut growers to begin foliar disease control programs. The …