At the IR-4 Environmental Horticulture Program Workshop in 2011, Botrytis Efficacy was selected as a high priority project to expand the knowledge and list of fungicides available to growers for these diseases.
Category: Environmental Horticulture Program
S-Metolachlor Crop Safety – 2023
From 2004 to 2022, IR-4 completed 231 trials on Pennant Magnum (s-metolachlor). The data contained in this report was generated to register uses of s-metolachlor on and around environmental horticulture plants
Mealybug Efficacy – 2023
Managing mealybugs and scale insects presents unique challenges. Products with contact modes of action must be applied at specific timings in order to reach the most susceptible crawler stages
SP2478 Crop Safety – 2023
SP2478 is a new fungicide being developed by SePro for the control of diseases on environmental horticulture crops such as powdery mildew and other diseases. The IR-4 Project completed
Isoxaben + Dithiopyr Crop Safety – 2023
Fortress (isoxaben + dithiopyr) was registered in 2018 for environmental horticulture crop uses. Between 2018 and 2020, IR-4 examined 17 crop species / genera to expand this label to
2023 Environmental Horticulture Workshop
The 2023 EHC Priority Setting Workshop will be held October 10-12 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
2023 Event Dates: Industry Technology Session, Food Use Workshop, and EHC Workshop
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Beetle, Borer, Weevil & White Grub Efficacy – 2023
Collectively, managing coleopteran insects can be challenging because the adult and larval stages may both cause damage and sometimes occur on different hosts or on different plant parts.
Mefentrifluconazole Crop Safety – 2023
Avelyo (mefentrifluconazole) is a fungicide developed by BASF that has been registered for use since May 2020. It is used for the control of diseases such as anthracnose, powdery mildew,
XDE-659 Crop Safety – 2022
XDE-659 is a new fungicide being developed by Corteva for the control of Botrytis gray mold, powdery mildew and other foliar pathogens of environmental horticulture crops. The IR-4 Project completed 20