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Effect of fungicides on shot hole disease of almonds

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Beth L. Teviotdale , University of California

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California Agriculture 43(3):21-23.

Published May 01, 1989

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Several registered fungicides evaluated over a 7-year period in the southern San Joaquin Valley controlled the disease on fruit. Captan, captatol, and ziram preceded by dormant copper provided the most consistent control. Fungicides protected against yield losses in a heavy-disease year but had no effect on yields when the disease was not prevalent.

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The authors thank Dennis H. Harper, Staff Research Associate, Kearney Agricultural Center, Lyn Beurmann and John Fritz, Agricultural Field Assistants, Kern County, and Paramjet Dosaanjh and John Vernon, Tejon Farming Company, for their invaluable technical assistance. They also thank Tejon Farming Company in Kern County, Scalia Brothers in Tulare County, and Otis Freeman in Fresno County, for use of orchards and equipment.

Effect of fungicides on shot hole disease of almonds

Beth L. Teviotdale, Mario Viveros, Mark W. Freeman, G. Steven Sibbett
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Effect of fungicides on shot hole disease of almonds

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Authors

Beth L. Teviotdale , University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(3):21-23.

Published May 01, 1989

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Several registered fungicides evaluated over a 7-year period in the southern San Joaquin Valley controlled the disease on fruit. Captan, captatol, and ziram preceded by dormant copper provided the most consistent control. Fungicides protected against yield losses in a heavy-disease year but had no effect on yields when the disease was not prevalent.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors thank Dennis H. Harper, Staff Research Associate, Kearney Agricultural Center, Lyn Beurmann and John Fritz, Agricultural Field Assistants, Kern County, and Paramjet Dosaanjh and John Vernon, Tejon Farming Company, for their invaluable technical assistance. They also thank Tejon Farming Company in Kern County, Scalia Brothers in Tulare County, and Otis Freeman in Fresno County, for use of orchards and equipment.


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