Fungicides 101: Basics and Use in Minnesota. Private Pesticide Applicator Training. Lizabeth Stahl, Extension Educator – Crops and Dean Malvick, Extension Plant Pathologist. What is a Fungicide?. A Fungicide is:
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Private Pesticide Applicator Training
Lizabeth Stahl, Extension Educator – Crops
Dean Malvick, Extension Plant Pathologist
White mold in soybean
Source: Field Crop Fungicides for the North Central United States, NC IPM Center, Mueller & Bradley.
sterol biosynthesis in membranes
SBIs: DMIs: Triazoles/ Imidazoles, Amines: Morpholines/Piperidines
cell division / tubulin
amino acid biosynthesis
Source: Syngenta C. P.
Classification: Fungicide Resistance Action Committee (FRAC) Code:
and this web site list FRAC codes :
Critical to be certain that the right product is used for the right problem.
Proper disease identification is a
critical first step in disease management
Number of plants or plant parts affected
Amount of tissue affected
Simply applying a fungicide does not assure successful disease management
Target Fine to Med
droplet size (above)
vs .Coarse (below)
Soybean Aphid attacked by
Spider mites in corn
Photo from B. Potter
FRAC Code on front
page of product label
Can protect seed and seedlings from seed- and soil-borne diseases
Seed treatment: challenges
NOT THIS WAY!!!!
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