FUNGICIDES FOR MANAGING ANTHRACNOSE PAGE 7 - 1 7.0 FUNGICIDES FOR MANAGING ANTHRACNOSE 7.1 How Fungicides Suppress Anthracnose - Fungicides protect young, susceptible fern leaves from becoming infected by the anthracnose pathogen in two fundamental ways which depend upon the type of fungicide used.
Bract discoloration and deformation as well as premature bract loss that characterizes severe spot anthracnose outbreaks was not seen on the synthetic fungicide-treated dogwoods.
AUGUST 2005 PRIMEFACT 19 Fungicide management program to control mango anthracnose John Dirou District Horticulturist Intensive Industries Development Branch Alstonville Gordon Stovold Former Plant Pathologist BACKGROUND Anthracnose is a fungal disease caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides .
Photos courtesy of F.Wong Contact and systemic fungicidesare used to control anthracnose on putting greens,but resistance to three classes of systemic fungicides has appeared.
Chemical control Control of anthracnose on very susceptible mango cultivars and in very conducive environments requires periodic fungicide sprays.
Table 4 Activity of five fungicides on lettuce anthracnose under glasshouse conditions Fungicide Mean lesions (log,,+ 1) per 100 cm2 of leaf Rate Protectant Systemic Translaminar (mg a.i./L) activity activity activity Control Diclobutrazol Bitertanol Mancozeb Flutriafol Prochloraz LSD (P = 0.05) Table 5 Effect of five ...
The systemic fungicide fosetyl aluminum (Chipco Signature ®) also provides good anthracnose control. Recent research shows that alternating and/or tank-mixing effective chemistries throughout the season will improve fungicide performance.
Fungicide use. Where the disease is established, especially in a commercial vineyard, the use of fungicides is recommended. Fungicide recommendations for anthracnose control consist of a dormant application Anthracnose of Grape—page 3 of Liquid Lime Sulfur in early spring, followed by applications ...
Photos courtesy of B.Horvath Figure 1.Leaves of infected plants turn a bronze-brown color. RESEARCH GCM 81 June 2004 More than fungicide: Suppressing anthracnose basal rot
Resistance has developed in anthracnose to site-specifi c fungicide classes including the QoIs, benzimidazoles and DMI fungicides (21). How resistance develops Resistance typically results from repeated use of fungicides from a single fungicide class and can result in immunity or tolerance to that ...