Oklahoma growers enjoy varieties high in yields, quality and resistance

Stalcup, Larry
April 2013
Southwest Farm Press;4/18/2013, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of integrated management of peanut diseases in order to manage root-knot nematodes, late leaf spot, and other diseases, according to Oklahoma specialist John Damicone. He states that good rotation with runner varieties minimizes fungicide treatments to three applications. The availability of good fungicides for disease control and the inconsistent activity of fungide Fontelis from DuPont and Propulse from Bayer CropScience is cited. INSET: Use integrated peanut weed management.


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