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Avoid Chart in Different Disease document sample
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2011 Maine Wild Blueberry Pesticide Chart NOTE: THIS CHART IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR READING AND FOLLOWING THE LABEL. It is unlawful to use any pesticide for other than the registered use. Read and follow the label on the product container. The user assumes all responsibility for use inconsistent with the label. Trade names are used for identification. No product endorsement is implied, nor is discrimination intended against similar materials. Cooperative Extension makes no warranty or guarantee of any kind concerning the use of these products. Extremely toxic to fish Extremely toxic to bees Extremely toxic to birds Extremely toxic to people Moderately toxic to fish Moderately toxic to bees Moderately toxic to birds Moderately toxic to people FUNGICIDES TOXICITY FUNGICIDE AI/GROUP RATE/ACRE PHI REI MAX/ACRE/YR NOTES Bravo Ultrex chlorothalonil 2.7 to 3.6 lbs 42 12 hrs 10.9 lbs Begin application at green-tip stage. Repeat though early bloom but not more than every 10 days. Under heavy disease pressure Equus DF Group M5 use higher rate. Do not apply after full bloom. Do not add pesticides, fertilizers, or adjuvants unless tested; as phytotoxicity may result. Do not mix with Dipel or Latron. High runoff potential for several days to weeks. Oral and dermal toxicity to humans is low and inhalation toxicity is moderate. Bravo Weatherstik chlorothalonil 3 to 4 pts 42 12 hrs 12 pts See comments above. May also be used post-harvest at 10-14 day intervals for rust or Septoria. Equus 720 SST Group M5 Bumper 41.8 EC propiconazole 6 oz 30 24 hrs 30 oz (0.84 lb ai all Apply at early green-tip for mummy berry. Apply every 8-14 days propiconazole until leaf out. May be applied after harvest for Septoria control. Group 3 products) See label for additional disease control. Cabrio EG pyraclostrobin 14 oz 0 12 hrs 56 oz Use only if substantial powdery mildew infection occurs prior to harvest. Apply every 7-14 days, but no more than 2 consecutive Group 11 (for all Group 11 applications before rotating to a product with another mode of products) action. Runoff potential for several months; avoid applying if rain is expected within 48 hrs. Captec 4L captan 0.75-1 qt/100 gal 0 48 hrs 35 qts For Botrytis and mummy berry, begin application when buds water. Max 2.5 swell or have loose scales; continue applications every 7 days Group M4 qts/a/application through bloom (7-10 days from late bloom). Use only if substantial powdery mildew infection occurs prior to harvest. Oral and dermal toxicity to humans is low but inhalation toxicity is moderate. Captevate 68 WDG captan & 3.5 to 4.7 lbs 0 48 hrs 21 lbs Apply at pink bud. Repeat every 7-10 days through petal fall. Do fenhexamid not make more than 2 consecutive applications. Groups M4/17 Elevate 50 WDG fenhexamid 1.5 lbs 0 12 hrs 6 lb Apply at 10% bloom. Apply every 7-10 days when conditions favor disease development, but no more than 2 consecutive Group 17 applications. See supplemental label. Indar 2F fenbuconazole 6 oz 30 12 hrs 4 applications; Apply with 1% v/v COC. Repeat at 8-14 day intervals. Do not 24 oz apply within 75 ft of water bodies. Group 3 Indar 75 WSP 2 oz 4 applications; See comments above and supplemental label. 8 oz Pristine 38 WDG pyraclostrobin 18.5 to 23 oz 0 12 hrs 4 applications; Apply at 7-14 day intervals when conditions favor disease & boscalid 92 oz per yr; 23 oz development. Avoid application when soil is saturated or when /a per application significant rainfall is expected within 48 hrs; product has high Groups 11/7 (for all Group 7 or runoff potential for several months. After 2 consecutive 11 products) applications, rotate with a fungicide with a different mode of action. Avoid applying during bloom when bees are present. Procidic Ascorbic acid, 2 to 2.5 oz/10 gal 0 0 hrs Spray solution must be pH 5, low salt concentration, and not citric acid, water chlorinated. Use higher rate during high humidity. Incompatible lactic acid, with dicofol, bipentachlorociclypentadiene, methomil, cyhexatin, glycerin, NaCl and chloropirites. Do not mix with salt based or high alkali reaction products. Also bactericidal and may be used post- N/A harvest. Regalia Reynoutria 0.5 to 1.0% v/v in 0 4 hrs Use 50 mesh nozzle screens or larger. May be tank mixed with sachalinensis 50-100 GPA pesticides and adjuvants; see labels for restrictions. May be water alternated with conventional fungicides. Applications of 1% v/v N/A on small tender plants may result in crop injury. Apply at bud break for mummyberry and repeat every 7-10 days; tank mix with registered fungicides for best results. Serenade ASO Bacillus 2 to 6 qts 0 4 hrs When used alone for the 1st time, 4 qt/a is recommended (ASO). subtilis For suppression, begin application at bud break and repeat every 7-10 days or as needed. Add a surfactant for improved Serenade Max N/A 1 to 3 lbs control of Botrytis (test compatibility first). Spray solution should be pH 4.5-8.5. Rotate with products with other modes of action. Switch 62.5 WG cyprodinil & 11 to 14 oz 0 12 hrs 56 oz Apply at early bloom and at 7-14 day intervals when conditions fludioxonil favor disease development. Avoid application when soil is saturated or when significant rainfall is expected within 48 hrs, or Groups 9/12 within 75 ft of water bodies. After 2 consecutive applications, rotate with a fungicide with a different mode of action for 2 applications. Tilt (formerly Orbit) propiconazole 6 oz 30 12 hrs 30 oz Apply at early green-tip for mummy berry. Apply every 8-14 days until leaf out. May be applied after harvest for Septoria control. Group 3 (see Bumper) See Tilt label or Orbit supp label (exp 12/31/11) for additional disease control. Prepared by Jennifer D'Appollonio, Research Assistant, David E. Yarborough, Extension Blueberry Specialist and Frank Drummond, Professor of Insect Ecology/Entomology, The University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469. March 2011. *Please note: This revised version replaces any previous charts.* A Member of the University of Maine System Published and distributed in furtherance of Acts of Congress of May 8 and June 30, 1914, by the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, the Land Grant University of the state of Maine and the U.S. Department of Agriculture cooperating. Cooperative Extension and other agencies of the U.S.D.A. provide equal opportunities in programs and employment.
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