Fungicides

MSU hires farm manager for plant pathology, entomology centers

Michigan State University has hired a new farm manager to oversee its Plant Pathology and Entomology Research Centers. Jared Andrews will direct and lead daily operations and administrative duties at the two MSU AgBioResearch on-campus... more »

Albaugh gains California fungicide registration for oomycete diseases

Crop protection specialist Albaugh LLC has received registration in California for a fungicide that battles a major disease afflicting a variety of fruit, vegetable and nut crops. Soilborne oomycete diseases, including pythium and Phytophthora spp.,... more »

Strawberry research production meeting spotlights sustainable farming practices 

California strawberry growers and industry members gathered in early May for the California Strawberry Commission’s (CSC) Production Research meeting held in Santa Maria, Calif. to hear from strawberry industry experts regarding key advancements in strawberry... more »

Summit Agro’s hybrid’ fungicide Regev passes field tests ‘

Summit Agro has completed a series of 163 replicated field trials across the U.S. to evaluate the efficacy of Regev "hybrid" fungicide. These field trials have included apples, apricots, blueberries, cherries, citrus, corn, cucumber, grape,... more »

AgroFresh hosts Washington postharvest academy

Apples are the centerpiece of an AgroFresh Solutions May 8 event in Washington state. Together with recently acquired Pace International, AgroFresh is planning to host the 2024 Post-Harvest Academy in Cle Elum, Washington. The invitation-only... more »

Virginia apple growers: act on fungal infections, fire blight

In a recent update from Virginia Tech, apple growers are advised to take immediate action against major fungal infections and the looming threat of fire blight, following significant infections reported on May 4-5. Dr. Keith... more »

Georgia strawberry growers battling fungus

Many strawberry sites in Georgia are now suffering substantial plant mortality as the season progresses. Losses are not uniform, and some sites look pretty good. But unfortunately, many do not. If diseases continue to increase,... more »

New WSU entomology endowed chair helping tree fruit industry

When it comes to pests and tree fruit, old problems can become more difficult, while new problems can pop up quickly with devastating consequences. Expanding research to address new challenges takes time, especially when science... more »

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