Successes Abound for Peanut Growers in 2003

March 2004
Southeast Farm Press;3/3/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p20
Trade Publication
Highlights the effectiveness of Abound, a fungicide that protects the peanut crops from a broad spectrum of fungi. Protection from white mold, web blotch, Rhizoctonia and other yield-robbing diseases; Report of control of white mold and web blotch in cool, moist soils by Charlie Sumner of Como; Report of control of web blotch by John Claud of Drewryville despite excessive moisture and delay in plantation; Use of the Abound in the season-long fungicide program which aids in the establishment and maintenance of the vine health and strength.


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