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Author(s):Boehm, Mike; Rimelspach, Joe; Niver, Amy; Young-Ki, Jo; Hicks, Todd
Author Affiliation:Dept. of Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University
Title:Tired of managing dollar spot?: The secret might be all in your timing - of your fungicide applications that is...
Section:New growth & technology
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Source:OTF Turf News. Vol. 68, No. 2, March/April 2006, p. 23-30.
# of Pages:8
Publishing Information:OH: Ohio Turfgrass Foundation
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Dollar spot; Fungicide application; Application timing; Disease control; Fungicide resistance; Preventive control; Quintozene
Abstract/Contents:Presents research conducted "to answer two questions: (1) is it possible to make fungicide applications on healthy turfgrass during the previous fall and/or early spring and control diesase outbreaks the following season, and (2) if it's possible to deploy fungicides in this manner, when is the best time to make such applications." Explains that "dollar spot, caused by the fungus Sclerotinia homeocarpa, is one of the most economically important diseases of cool-season grasses. It's routinely cited as the most sprayed for turfgrass disease and typically tops the list of golf course diseases most difficult to manage." Details methods and materials used in the study, stating that "treatments in this study included single fall...and single spring...applications of propiconazole (two rates used - 1.0 ounce of Banner Maxx from Syngenta per 1,000 square feet and 2.0 ounces of Banner Maxx per 1,000 square feet), chlorothalonil (3.2 ounces of Daconil Ultrex from Syngenta per 1,000 square feet), thiophanatemethyl (2.0 ounces of 3336 F from Clearly per 1,000 square feet), iprodione (4.0 ounces of 26GT from Bayer per 1,000 square feet) and an experimental compound (0.2 of an ounce of BASF 505 from BASF per 1,000 square feet)." Reports that "fall and spring applications of fungicides significantly reduced disease the following season."
Language:English
References:4
See Also:See also related article "Impact on the business: Research might cause change in timing, number of fungicide applications" Golf Course Industry, 19(2) February 2007, p. 112-113 R=125229 R=125229
Note:Reprint appears in Golf Course Industry, 19(2) February 2007, p. 110-114, 116 with variant title "Tired of managing dollar spot?: The secret might be the timing of fungicide applications"
Includes sidebars, "Recommendations for making fall and/or early spring fungicides to help manage dollar spot", p. 24 and "Plant pathology terms", p. 24
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See Also:Other items relating to: P C N B - Quintozene
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Boehm, M., J. Rimelspach, A. Niver, J. Young-Ki, and T. Hicks. 2006. Tired of managing dollar spot?: The secret might be all in your timing - of your fungicide applications that is.... OTF Turf News. 68(2):p. 23-30.
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