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Posts related to Fungicide and Leaf Spot (14)

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 …

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 …

Cover photo for Disease Management After Irene

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 …

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 …

Cover photo for Foliar Disease Control Programs

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 …