Pyrifluquinazon was registered for use on greenhouse ornamental horticulture crops as foliar sprays in the United States in 2013 to manage whiteflies, aphids, leafhoppers, chilli thrips, and
Sultan (cyflumetofen) was registered for use on greenhouse ornamental horticulture crops as foliar sprays in the United States on May 9, 2014 to manage mites. The label does not contain
The IR-4 Project screens new active ingredients for potential deleterious impacts to aid growers in selection of appropriate disease management tools for their crops.
Between 2013 and 2015, IR-4 conducted twenty-seven (27) trials evaluating V-10336 61.5 WG and V-10233 76 WG (flumioxazin + pyroxasulfone) for crop safety.
Gallery 75DF (isoxaben) was initially registered in 1992 for ornamental horticulture uses. This initial label contained an extensive list of ornamental horticulture crops where Gallery
Metconazole was registered as Tourney 50WDG in the United States in 2007 as a turf fungicide. In 2010, uses for ornamental horticulture plants in greenhouse, nurseries, and landscapes were added. The
In 2013 as part of the crop safety screening for new active ingredients and recently registered fungicides, IR-4 started testing Mural WDG (benzovindiflupyr + azoxystrobin) for
Cyflufenamid is an active ingredient for managing foliar diseases including powdery mildew and botrytis.
From 2011 through 2016, IR-4 has completed 116 trials evaluating indaziflam granular formulations for crop safety. The data contained in this report was generated to register the use of indaziflam on
From 2007 to 2013, IR-4 completed 598 trials on Freehand G (BAS 649 G; dimethenamid-p + pendimethalin). The data contained in this report was generated to register uses of