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File PDF document 2010 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose on Lentils
The results from a 2010 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test fungicides for management of anthracnose on lentils.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2010
File Octet Stream 2011 Distribution and Severity of Fungal Foliar Diseases of Lentils in Central and Western North Dakota and Eastern Montana
A look at Ascochyta blight, anthracnose, Botrytis, Sclerotinia, and stemphylium severity in the region.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2011
File 2011 Field Evaluation of Commercial Lentil Varieties for Susceptibility to Anthracnose - Carrington (summary)
The large-green lentil ‘CDC Greenland’, extra-small red lentil ‘CDC Rosetown, and small-red lentils ‘CDC Redberry’ and ‘CDC Rouleau’ exhibited the best resistance to anthracnose. The small-green lentil ‘CDC Viceroy’ exhibited intermediate performance.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2011
File PDF document 2011 Identification and Management of Anthracnose of Lentils
This guide provides photographs to assist in the identification of anthracnose of lentils and a summary of key management recommendations.
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File 2012 Field Evaluation of Commercial Lentil Varieties for Susceptibility to Anthracnose - Carrington (summary)
‘CDC Imigreen CL’ (a medium-green lentil) and ‘CDC Viceroy’ (a small green lentil) exhibited the best resistance to anthracnose. The medium-green lentil ‘CDC Richlea’ and the large-green lentils ‘Pennell’ and ‘Riveland’ showed elevated susceptibility to anthracnose.
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File PDF document 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Control of Anthracnose on Lentils
Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Control of Anthracnose on Lentils - Sykeston, ND (2012)
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File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose and Sclerotinia on Lentils - Carrington (summary)
Under high anthracnose disease pressure, the registered fungicides Headline and Priaxor provided good disease control and a strong yield response. It was not immediately apparent that Priaxor, which is a premix of the active ingredient found in Headline and another active ingredient, provided an advantage over Headline. When applied as two sequential applications, Endura, Proline, and Vertisan did not provide satisfactory disease control. Quadris showed intermediate performance.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File Troff document 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose and Sclerotinia on Lentils - Carrington (technical report)
Under high anthracnose disease pressure, the registered fungicides Headline and Priaxor provided good disease control and a strong yield response. It was not immediately apparent that Priaxor, which is a premix of the active ingredient found in Headline and another active ingredient, provided an advantage over Headline. When applied as two sequential applications, Endura, Proline, and Vertisan did not provide satisfactory disease control. Quadris showed intermediate performance.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose on Dry Edible (pinto) Beans - Carrington (summary)
Fungicides that contained azoxystrobin or pyraclostrobin active ingredients (Headline, Quadris, Quadris Opti, and Priaxor) provided good control of foliar anthracnose symptoms, but it was unclear whether any fungicides might provide satisfactory control of anthracnose related seed discoloration. Due to drought stress and high soil salinity at the site used for this trial, the yield response to using fungicides to control anthracnose could not be properly assessed.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose on Dry Edible (pinto) Beans - Carrington (technical report)
Fungicides that contained azoxystrobin or pyraclostrobin active ingredients (Headline, Quadris, Quadris Opti, and Priaxor) provided good control of foliar anthracnose symptoms, but it was unclear whether any fungicides might provide satisfactory control of anthracnose related seed discoloration. Due to drought stress and high soil salinity at the site used for this trial, the yield response to using fungicides to control anthracnose could not be properly assessed.
Located in Documents / PlantPathologyRD / Docs2012
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