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Fungi are the number one cause of crop loss worldwide. Please read REI 48h, Group M1, Champ Dry Prill (copper hydroxide):  Copper fungicide. Examples of fungicide for plants are Mancozeb, Benomyl, Propiconazole, Tricyclazole, Carbendazim, Propiconazole, Metalaxyl, Difenoconazole, Hexaconazole etc. Synthetic organic compounds are more commonly used because they give protection and control over many types of fungi and are specialized in application. REI 12h, Group M5, Flint (trifloxystrobin): A strobilurin fungicide with broad-spectrum activity. REI 1h, Group NC, M-PedeOG (insecticidal soap): Insecticide/fungicide labeled for greenhouse use. Fungicides are pesticides that kill or prevent the growth of fungi and their spores. Fungicides of various types have been successful in controlling most major diseases in growing crops intended for market. Also labeled for greenhouse use. PVentOG (Gliocladium catenulatum J1446): Preventative biological fungicide that can be incorporated into media, applied as a drench or as a foliar spray. REI (varies with crop, see label), Group 3, Topguard EQ (azoxystrobin + flutriafol): Foliar diseases of brassicas, cucurbits, leafy, and fruiting vegetables. REI 4h, Group 19, OxiDate 2.0OG (hydrogen dioxide + peroxyacetic acid): Preventive bioicide. REI 24h, Group 3, Rampart (phosphorus acid): Labeled for Pythium, Phytophthora, downy mildew. : Labeled for several diseases on several crops. REI 24h, Groups 11 & M3, Camelot OOG (copper soap): Copper product labeled for greenhouse use on vegetable transplants. REI 4h, Group 4, OSO 5% SC (polyoxin D): Broad spetrum fungicide for foliar and soilborne diseases. REI 4h, Group U6, Triathlon BA (Bacillus amyloliquefaciens D747): Microbial fungicide that can be used in the greenhouse. Fungi have long been recognized as a serious threat to plants and crops. REI 12h, Group 11, Headline, Headline SC (pyraclostrobin): A broad spectrum strobilurin fungicide for use in legumes, corn, tuberous, and corm vegetables. (Bayer fomula not labeled for tomato). EXTRAPOLATION TABLE for EFFECTIVENESS of FUNGICIDES DISEASES ON LEGUME VEGETABLES INTRODUCTION The table provides detailed lists of acceptable extrapolations organized by crop groups, for regulatory authorities and applicants, in the context of the registration of plant protection products for minor uses. REI 1h, Group NC, Agclor 310 (sodium hypochlorite): A commercial bleach solution registered for use to control postharvest rots of vegetables. Previcur should be mixed with Bravo, Maneb or Mancozeb to prevent development of resistance. REI 12h, Group 13, Rally 40 SWP (myclobutanil): A fungicide for powdery mildews and rusts of vegetable crops. REI 4h, Group 44, Tanos 50 DF (famoxadone + cymoxanil): A penetrant fungicide with locally systemic and curative activities against Downy Mildew and late blight diseases. Some fungicides have a very narrow spectrum of activity; for example, mefenoxam (group 4) is effective only against oomycetes like Phytophthora. REI 48h, Group M1, Nutrol (potassium dihydrogen phosphate): Protectant fungicide for powdery mildew. REI 48h, Group M1, Kumulus DFOG (sulfur): Broad spectrum fungicide, particularly for powder mildew. REI 24h, Group M3, Potato Seed Treater 6% (mancozeb): Potato seed piece treatment for Fusarium dry rot. REI 12h, Groups 3 & 7 & 11, Ultra Flourish (mefenoxam): A fungicide active against Pythium, Phytophthora, and downy mildew. Updated 2016. REI 4h, Group 11, Incognito (4.5 F, 85 WDG) (thiophanate-methyl): A systemic fungicide with broad spectrum control. REI 12h, Groups 11 & 27, Terraclor 400 (PCNB): A fungicide active against soilborne true fungi labeled for greenhouse transplant production. REI 12h, Group 11, Headline AMP (pyraclostrobin + metconazole): For diseases of corn. REI 12h, Group 21, Reason 500 SC (femadione): A fungicide for use against Phytophthora, downy mildew, and white rust on tuberous and corm vegetables, tomatoes, bulb vegetables, lettuce, and cucurbit vegetables. The list is not complete for all pesticides used on fruit and nut crops, and NASS does not mean to imply the use of any specific trade name.----- REI 12h, Group 29, OrganocideOG (sesame oil): Powdery mildew. Notable examples of systemic fungicides are include benomyl, cyproconazole, azoxystrobin difenoconazole, carbendazim, and propiconazole. REI 24h, Group M2, Micro SulfOG (sulfur): A protectant fungicide particularly useful for powdery mildew. Often these types of fungicides leave a spray residue on leaves and stems, and only the parts of the plant with spray residue are protected from infection. Also labeled for greenhouse transplants. REI 48h, Groups M3 & M1, Manzate (Max, Pro-Stick) (mancozeb): A broad spectrum fungicide. REI 12h, Group 1, 42-S Thiram (thiram): A seed treatment with a wide host range. Examples of Highly Specific Fungicides That Are Closely Monitored. REI 12h (see label), Groups M5 & 27, BadgeX2OG SC  (copper oxychloride + copper hydroxide): A bactericide and fungicide. E.g. REI 4h, Group NC, Dithane (M-45, F-45 Rainshield) (mancozeb): A broad spectrum, protectant fungicide. REI 0h, Group NC, Roper (DF, DF Rainshield) (mancozeb): A broad spectrum fungicide. REI (varies with crop, see label), Group 1, Torino (cyflufenamid): Powdery mildew of cucurbits and strawberries. Includes insecticides, herbicides and fungicides. Phosphite salts can be used as a biodegradable fungicide to protect golf course turfgrass against Pythium root rot and other pathogens of the order Oomycetes. But they can also be a little mystifying, and if used incorrectly can yield some pretty disappointing results. Phosphites. Authors: Luise Sigel (Agriculture Victoria), Dr Grant Hollaway (Agriculture Victoria), Dr Fran Lopez-Ruiz (CCDM) Examples. They can be used to control fungi that damage plants, including rusts, mildews and blights.They might also be used to control mold and mildew in other settings. Group NC, MilStopOG (potassium bicarbonate): Powdery mildew and other foliar diseases of greenhouse crops. Group NC, Orius (3.6F) (tebuconazole): For onion diseases, and rusts, Powdery mildew, and other fungal diseases of select crops. REI 4h, Group 33, Apron XL (mefenoxam): A seed treatment against Pythium and Phytophthora seed rot and damping-off and systemic downy mildews of certain crops. REI 4h, Groups 33 & NC, Pageant Intrinsic (pyraclostrobin + boscalid): For diseases of greenhouse-grown cucurbits, fruiting vegetables, and leafy greens; and cucurbit, fruiting vegetable, and leafy green transplants for the home consumer market only (NOT for transplants for commercial field production). Fungicides work in a variety of ways, but most of them damage fungal cell membranes or interfere with energy production within fungal cells. REI 24h, Group M2, Mildew CureOG (cottonseed, corn, and garlic oils): For powdery mildew. REI 0/48h, Group 4, Suffoil-XOG (petroleum oils): Fungicide, insecticide, and miticide labeled for greenhouse transplant production. Examples of FRAC group 7 fungicides used to control important vegetable diseases include: flutolanil ( year introduced,1986), boscalid (2003), penthiopyrad (2008), fluxapyroxad (2011), fluopyram (2013), and pydiflumetofen (2016). REI 4h, Group NC, Nevado (Iprodione): For Alternaria, Botrytis, Rhizoctonia and Stemphylium diseases; sclerotinia diseases; in beans, broccoli, carrots, crucifers, dry bulb onions, potatoes, and lettuce; white rot of garlic, . REI 12h, Group M5, Cabrio EG (pyraclostrobin): A broad spectrum fungicide for bulb, cucurbit, fruiting, and root vegetables. Examples of broad-spectrum fungicides include captan, sulfur, and mancozeb. REI 12h, Group 12, Maxim PSP (fludioxonil): A seed treatment fungicide for certain diseases of potato. REI 4h, Group 11, Spirato (fludioxonil): For greenhouse use only on plants and transplants of listed crops. Several classes of modern synthetic fungicides are much less toxic to humans than those from previous eras, but they are at higher risk of producing resistant populations of fungi. Group NC, StargusOG (Bacillus amyloliquefaciens F727): Broad-spectrum preventive biological fungicide for bacterial spot and blights, botrytis blight, late blight, damping off and root rots, downy mildew (depending upon crops, see label). decisions. pesticide-related topics to enable people to make informed Currently, there are at least 18 active ingredients that comprise the SDHI fungicides; six of these are labeled for turfgrass diseases. Other organic fungicides include neem oil, horticultural oil, and bicarbonates. REI 12h, Group 11 & 3, Quintec (quinoxyfen): Fungicide for control of powdery mildew in cucurbits. REI 24h, Groups M3, PreFenceOG (Streptomyces griseoviridis K61): Biological seed or soil treatment. REI 12h, Group 3, Topguard (flutriafol): Cucurbits, fruiting vegetables. Fungicides work in a variety of ways, but most of them damage fungal cell membranes or interfere with energy production within fungal cells. REI 24h, Group M1, Basic Copper 53OG (basic copper sulfate): A broad spectrum fungicide. See supplemental label for use on vegetable transplants grown in the greenhouse. Fungicides and Bactericides Alphabetical Listing by Trade Name The symbol OG indicates a pesticide that has been listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) as … REI 24h, Group 2, Scala SC (pyrimethanil): Protective fungicide for bulb, tuberous, and corm vegetables. A fungus is a tiny plantlike organism that obtains its nourishment from dead or living organic matter. REI 0-1h (see label), Group NC, OxiPhos (phosphorus acid + hydrogen peroxide): Preventive bioicide. REI 12h, Group 14, BotryStopOG (Ulocladium oudemansii U3 Strain): A biological control for Botrytis and Sclerotinia diseases. A fungistatic inhibits their growth. REI 12h, Group 43, PreStopOG (Gliocladium catenulatum J1446): Preventative biological fungicide that can be incorporated into media, applied as a drench or as a foliar spray. Insecticides . NOT for transplants inteneted for commercial field use. REI 12h, Group 7, Forum (dimethomorph): A fungicide for use against Phytophthora and downy mildew of bulb, cucurbit and fruiting vegetables, lettuce, potatoes, and tomatoes. REI 12h, Group 12, Endura (boscalid): A protectant fungicide for legumes, brassicas, bulb vegetables, fruiting vegetables, lettuce, and root and tuber vegetables. Examples from literature A Member: In your experience are fungicides useful in handling the blight? Ground level watering and good air circulation can be used to keep leaves dry. REI 12h, Group 3, Quilt (azoxystrobin + propiconazole): Broad spectrum fungicide for use in carrots, celery, corn, and bulb crops. REI 4h, Group 33, PropiMax EC (propiconazole): Diseases of Allium species. REI 4h, Group 11, Echo (90DF, 720) (chlorothalonil): A broad spectrum fungicide. According to their activity. REI 12h, Groups 11 & 3, Topsin (4.5FL, M 70 WSB) (thiophanate-methyl): A systemic fungicide with broad spectrum control. #X8-83947901). REI 0h Group NC, RootShield GranulesOG (Trichoderma harzianum Strain T-22): Biological soil treatment. Often, plant diseases are transmitted when leaves are wet. REI 12h, Group 12, Merivon (fluaxapoxad + pyraclostrobin): For fungal diseases including powdery mildew. REI 48h, Group M3, Zing! REI 12h, Moncoat MZ (flutolanil + mancozeb): Potato seed piece treatment for late blight. University, A fungal disease in plants can be misdiagnosed easily. Check with your local. We're open from 8:00AM to 12:00PM Pacific Time, Mon-Fri, You are here: NPIC Home Page Pesticide Ingredients Pesticide Types Fungicides, Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings - Fungicides. REI 4h, Group 44, Contans WG OG (Coniothyrium minitans): For Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Sclerotinia minor diseases. between Oregon State REI 48h, Group M1, Maxim 4FS (fludioxonil): A seed treatment fungicide for seed-borne and soil-borne fungi of several vegetable crops. REI 12h, Group 7, Mural (azoxystrobin & benzovindiflupyr): Broad-spectrum fungicide for foliar applications for greenhouse-grown vegetable transplants grown for resale to consumers - cucurbits, fruiting vegetables, tomatoes. The commercially important diseases are (in an order of relative importance): leaf spot diseases, late blight/downy mildew, rice diseases, fruit rots, cereal seed-borne diseases, powdery mildews, cereal stem diseases, rusts, and smuts. REI 12h, Group 7 & 11. REI 24h, Group M3, Actigard 50 WG (acibenzolar-S-methyl): Plant defense activator used for bacterial diseases and Downy Mildews. Carbaryl (Banned in European countries, only certain uses will be cancelled in Canada due to concerns of health risks) Group NC, Cuprofix Ultra 40 Disperss (basic copper sulfate): A broad spectrum fungicide. REI 4h, Group 33, Gavel (75 DS, DF) (zoxamide + mancozeb): A broad-spectrum protectant fungicide for disease control in potatoes, cucurbits, and tomatoes. REI 12h, Group 3, Quadris (azoxystrobin): A strobilurin fungicide with broad spectrum activity. How Systemic Fungicide Works As we briefly mentioned earlier, systemic fungicide works by destroying the fungus responsible for the infection or restricting their activities on the plant. requirements, nor does it necessarily reflect the position of the At the time of writing, all products listed were registered in at least one REI 48h, Group M1, CompanionOG (Liquid, WP) (Bacillus subtilis strain GB03): Biological fungicide. REI 4h, Group NC, SonataOG (Bacillus pumilus QST 2808): Biological protectant fungicide. Insect Growth Regulators disrupt the growth and reproduction of insects. REI 12h, Group 28, Priaxor (fluxapyroxad + pyraclostrobin): For disease control and in beans, tomato, peas, potato and corn. Activates ISR (induced systemic resistance). May be used in greenhouse. REI 0h, Group NC, RootShield Plus WP, GranulesOG (Trichoderma harzianum Strain T-22 + T. virens Strain G-41):  Biological fungicide for foliar and soil treatments. Although they can slow or stop the development of new symptoms, many fungicides are designed only to prevent disease. REI 12h, Groups 33 & M5, CeaseOG (Bacillus subtilis QST 713): Biological protectant fungicide. REI 0h (1 h spray), Group NC, Zampro 525SC (ametoctradin + dimethomorph):A fungicide for downy mildew and Phytophthora  diseases of potatoes and bulb, brassica, cucurbit, fruiting, and  leafy vegetables. 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