Basagran T/O has been registered for several years as a directed application and as an over-the-top application on limited plant species. However, growers have expressed the need to have additional plants added for over-the-top applications.
Lontrel (clopyralid) was initially registered in 1998 for environmental horticulture uses. This initial label contained an extensive list of environmental horticulture plants where Lontrel could be used without causing phytotoxicity.
F6123 is a fungicide being developed by FMC for the control of diseases on environmental horticulture crops such as anthracnose, powdery mildew, black spot, rusts, leaf spots and other foliar diseases.
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,
SP2700 is a new fungicide being developed by SePro for the control of diseases on environmental horticulture crops such as Alternaria, Cylindrocladium, Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, and Thielaviopsis.
Fuerte (flumioxazin + prodiamine) has been registered in the United States since 2018. Starting in 2020, the IR-4 Project has been screening additional crops for their tolerance to over the top applications.
Fiesta (Iron HEDTA) is a new herbicide currently labeled for post emergence broadleaf weed control on lawns (use on rights of way or non-crop areas), turf, golf courses, parks, playgrounds, cemeteries and athletic fields.
Pendimethalin has been registered in the United States since 1994 for uses in and around environmental horticulture plants in production nurseries and in landscapes.
V-10433 is a new insecticide being developed by Valent for the control of scales, mealybugs thrips and other insect infesting environmental horticulture crops. The IR-4 Project completed 24 crop safety trials
Mandestrobin is a new systemic and translaminar fungicide being developed by Valent for the control of Botrytis and other foliar diseases of environmental horticulture crops. The IR-4 Project completed 37 crop safety trials