Very Effective with Switch Fungicide for Gray Mold Control
HYDROVANT-fA BLUEBERRY REPLICATED TRIAL
Mold Control on Blueberry
Visalia, CA (San Joaquin Valley); Blueberry (var. ‘Emerald’); Applications made by CO2 powered experimental sprayer at 96 gallons/acre. Spray was directed from each side of the blueberry row; plants were completely wet from the spray. There was no crop injury observed on leaves, buds or developing berries. Wetting was excellent on leaves and stems with Hydrovant-fA + Switch. There was no mixing or spraying issues with the tank-mixture of Hydrovant-fA + Switch. Hydrovant-fA + Switch resulted in significant reduction in the number of berry shoots infected with Botrytis spp. compared to Switch applied alone.
Excellent Protection with Abound Fungicide for Brown Rot Control on Almonds
HYDROVANT-fA ALMOND REPLICATED TRIAL
Disease Control on Almond
Reedley, CA (San Joaquin Valley); Almond (var. ‘Nonpareil’); Applications made by a handgun sprayer at 189 gallons/acre. Trees were sprayed to run-off. There was no crop injury observed on leaves, flowers or developing nuts. The Hydrovant-fA + Abound did an excellent job of wetting the tree branches, flowers and leaves. There were no mixing or spraying issues observed with the Hydrovant-fA treatments. The brown rot infestation was low whereas the shot hole infestation was high.
Gets Systemics into the Plant
HYDROVANT-fA SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE REPLICATED TRIAL
Triadimenol plus Hydrovant
This study objective was to determine level of residues of triadimenol in pumpkins following seven foliar applications of BAYFIDAN 250 EC Fungicide. In the analytical phase of the study, samples of the pumpkin (whole fruit) were analyzed for residues of Triadimenol. The study conducted under the OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice, consisted of one field site at Glenore Grove in the Lockyer Valley of Queensland, Australia.
Conclusion: Seven days after the last foliar application, the pumpkins treated with Triadimenol + Hydrovant-fA resulted in 2.8 times the Triadimenol in the tissue of the pumpkins than those treated with Triadimenol alone. No symptoms of phytotoxicity were observed during the study.