Carrington Research Extension Center

Accessibility


Plant Pathology

File PDF document 2012f Lentil Ascochyta Fungicide Evaluation
Full report, 2012, lentil Ascochyta blight foliar fungicide evaluation, Carrington.
File PDF document 2012f Lentil Anthracnose Williston
Full report, 2012 Williston; Lentil anthracnose fungicide efficacy evaluation.
File PDF document 2012f Lentil Anthracnose Sykeston
Full report, 2012 Sykeston, fungicide efficacy evaluation, lentil anthracnose.
File PDF document 2012f Lentil Anthracnose Carrington
Full report; 2012 Carrington; fungicide efficacy for control of anthracnose on lentils.
File Octet Stream 2012 Susceptibility of Commercial Lentil Varieties to Anthracnose and Sclerotinia
‘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.
File PDF document 2012 Lentil Ascochyta Fungicide Testing Results - Technical Report
Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Control of Ascochyta Blight of Lentils - Carrington, ND (2012) Technical Report
File PDF document 2012 Lentil Ascochyta Fungicide Testing Results
Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Control of Ascochyta Blight of Lentils; Carrington, ND (2012)
File Troff document 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Sclerotinia on Lentils - Carrington (technical report)
None of the registered fungicides evaluated exhibited satisfactory Sclerotinia disease control.
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Sclerotinia on Lentils - Carrington (summary)
None of the registered fungicides evaluated exhibited satisfactory Sclerotinia disease control.
File Troff document 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Ascochyta Blight on Lentils - Carrington (technical report)
Under heavy Ascochyta blight pressure, the registered fungicides Headline and Priaxor performed well. 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. The registered fungicides Endura, Proline, Quaris, and Vertisan did not provide satisfactory disease control.
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Ascochyta Blight on Lentils - Carrington (summary)
Under heavy Ascochyta blight pressure, the registered fungicides Headline and Priaxor performed well. 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. The registered fungicides Endura, Proline, Quaris, and Vertisan did not provide satisfactory disease control.
File Troff document 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose on Lentils - Williston (technical report)
Under moderate anthracnose pressure, the registered fungicides Headline, Priaxor, and Quadris performed well. When applied as two sequential applications, Endura and Proline did not provide satisfactory disease control. Vertisan showed intermediate performance. Disease development occurred late in crop development, and the yield response to fungicide usage was low.
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose on Lentils - Williston (summary)
Under moderate anthracnose pressure, the registered fungicides Headline, Priaxor, and Quadris performed well. When applied as two sequential applications, Endura and Proline did not provide satisfactory disease control. Vertisan showed intermediate performance. Disease development occurred late in crop development, and the yield response to fungicide usage was low.
File Troff document 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose on Lentils - Sykeston (technical report)
The registered fungicides Headline, Priaxor, and Quadris gave good control of anthracnose. 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, the registered fungicides Endura, Proline, and Vertisan did not provide satisfactory disease control.
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicides for Management of Anthracnose on Lentils - Sykeston (summary)
The registered fungicides Headline, Priaxor, and Quadris gave good control of anthracnose. 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, the registered fungicides Endura, Proline, and Vertisan did not provide satisfactory disease control.
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.
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)
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Fungicide Treated Buffer Strips for Management of Ascochyta Blight on Lentils Grown Adjacent to a Previous Lentil Crop - Valley County, MT (summary)
When lentils are planted adjacent to a field where lentils were grown the previous year, a pronounced gradient of Ascochyta blight is often observed. In this study, neither the use of a 90-foot-wide or 270-foot-wide fungicide treated strip provided satisfactory disease control in the lentils grown immediately adjacent to the previous year’s lentil crop. We conclude that the use of a fungicide-treated strip is a risky strategy, and that a foliar fungicide application to the entire field may be advisable in lentils planted adjacent to a field where they were seeded the previous year, especially when weather conditions favor the disease.
File 2012 Field Evaluation of Commercial Lentil Varieties for Susceptibility to Sclerotinia - Carrington (summary)
The small-green lentil ‘CDC Viceroy’, extra-small red lentil ‘CDC Impala CL’, and small-red lentil ‘CDC Maxim CL’ exhibited excellent tolerance to Sclerotinia and yielded well under high Sclerotinia disease pressure. Among medium-green lentils, ‘CDC Imigreen CL’ was less susceptible to Sclerotinia than ‘CDC Impress CL’; ‘CDC Richlea’ exhibited intermediate performance. The large-green lentils ‘Pennell’ and ‘Riveland’ performed poorly under high Sclerotinia disease pressure.
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.
Creative Commons License
Feel free to use and share this content, but please do so under the conditions of our Creative Commons license and our Rules for Use. Thanks.