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Author(s):Datnoff, L. E.; Cisar, J. L.
Author Affiliation:Datnoff: University of Florida; Cisar: Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center
Title:Influence of fungicides on pythium blight development on Poa trivialis.
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Meeting Info.:Toronto, Ontario, Canada: 15-21 July, 2001
Source:IXth International Turfgrass Research Conference. Vol. 9, 2001, p. 50.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:[Toronto, Canada]: International Turfgrass Society
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Fungicides; Pythium diseases; Disease development; Poa trivialis; Fungicide application; Azoxystrobin; Metalaxyl; Fungicide evaluation; Fungicide combinations; Fosetyl Al
Cultivar Names:Darkhorse
Abstract/Contents:"The purpose of this study was to evaluate seed and foliar applications of fungicides for controlling Pythium blight development of P. trivialis overseeded into a bermudagrass green. Seeds of P. trivialis, 'Dark Horse', were treated with Apron XL, Maxim combined with Apron XL at three rates and CGA 48988. Heritage, Subdue MAXX, and Aliette also were applied at seeding and emergence. Fungicide sprays were applied using a CO2 backpack sprayer and delivered in 7.6 L water/90m2. Each plot received 50 grams of Pythium aphanidermatum inocula. Inverted plastic boxes (28 x 56 cm) were placed directly within each plot to increase the temperature and relative humidity, and potentially enhance infection. Pythium blight development was high throughout the plots. All fungicides significantly reduced Pythium blight in comparison to the control. Heritage and Aliette applied at emergence had the lowest AUDPCs and final disease severities , but were not significantly different from Subdue MAXX applied at seeding or emergence, and Maxim + Apron XL applied as a seed treatment. CGA 48988 and other seed treatments also had reduced Pythium blight but was associated with poor stand quality. Fungicides applied as seed or foliar treatments at seeding or emergence provide an excellent means for evaluating and comparing fungicide performance and duration against Pythium blight."
Language:English
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Datnoff, L. E., and J. L. Cisar. 2001. Influence of fungicides on pythium blight development on Poa trivialis.. Int. Turfgrass Res. Conf. 9:p. 50.
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