Chemical Control

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EFFECT OF MULCH AND DIFFERENT FUNGICIDE SPRAY REGIMES ON YIELD OF TOMATO ( SOLANUM LYCOPERSICUM L.) IN TANZANIA

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In many areas in Tanzania, pests management for tomato involves weekly pesticide sprays. The practice poses a threat to the environment and health of consumers. In this study the effect of pesticide spray regimes and use of mulch were evaluated on ‘Tanya VF’ and ‘Tengeru 97’ tomato varieties.

Authors: 
H. D. Mtu,
Authors: 
A. P. Maerere
Authors: 
M. A. Bennett
Authors: 
K. P. Sibuga
Publisher: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Year: 
2,015

PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS (2015 North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual)

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This publication explains plant growth regulators for a variety of crops.

  • Harvest Aids and Preharvest Dessicants
  • Growth-Regulating Chemicals for Apples
  • Growth Regulators for Floricultural Crops in Greenhouses
  • Growth Regulators for Woody Ornamental Crops
  • Growth Regulators for Fruiting Vegetables
  • Growth Regulators for Peanuts
Authors: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,015

Antracnosis en mango: Manejo de la enfermedad más importante pre y postcosecha

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La antracnosis es la principal enfermedad pre y postcosecha del mango, causando pérdidas directas de rendimiento en el campo, en las plantas de empaque, así como en la calidad del fruto y su comercialización posterior. A continuación se presenta una revisión de la etiología y epidemiología de la enfermedad, con base en los diversos enfoques que se han utilizado para el manejo de la enfermedad.

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Authors: 
Randy C. Ploetz
Publisher: 
Universidad de la Florida
Year: 
2,009

2015 Midwest Tree Fruit Spray Guide

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Authors: 
University of Arkansas
Authors: 
University of Illinois Extension
Authors: 
Purdue Extension
Authors: 
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
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Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment
Authors: 
University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Missouri and Missouri State University
Authors: 
Ohio State University Extension
Authors: 
University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service
Publisher: 
Midwest Fruit Workers Group
Year: 
2,015

Situaciones que pueden provocar la intoxicación del cultivo con un plaguicida

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Las razones por las cuales puede presentarse un daño en un cultivo provocado por una intoxicación con agroquímicos son muy variadas; analicemos las más frecuentes.

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Authors: 
Alfredo Durán Quirós
Authors: 
Dennis Mora Acedo
Publisher: 
Universidad de Costa Rica

Efectividad de algunos insecticidas para el control de Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) en tomate, Solanum lycopersicum L.

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Authors: 
Laer Flores-Alaña
Authors: 
Francis Geraud-Pouey
Authors: 
Dorys T. Chirinos
Authors: 
Luis Meléndez-Ramírez
Publisher: 
Interciencia
Year: 
2,015

Adjuvants and the Power of the Spray Droplet

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Why does a pesticide work well one time and not so well the next when everything seems the same? Variable weather could play a role. Or the pest could be less susceptible to the active ingredient. At other times, an inconsistent pesticide performance seems inexplicable.

Authors: 
Fred Whitford
Authors: 
Gregory Lindner
Authors: 
Bryan Young
Authors: 
Donald Penner
Authors: 
Jason Deveau
Authors: 
Douglas Linscott
Authors: 
Heping Zhu
Authors: 
Richard Zollinger
Authors: 
Eric Spandl
Authors: 
Bill Johnson
Authors: 
Kiersten Wise
Authors: 
Aaron Patton
Authors: 
Chuck Champion
Authors: 
Nick Harre
Authors: 
Norman Wagoner
Authors: 
Kevin Leigh Smith
Publisher: 
Purdue University
Year: 
2,014

Minimizing pesticide drift in vineyards

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Disease and insect control is a critical factor in most commercial vineyards. Whilst such control may, in some seasons, be a small proportion of crop value, there is a demand from growers for increased efficiency of spraying. Attention to detail is necessary to improve efficiency of deposition, reduce drift and increase sprayer output.   

Authors: 
Andrew Landers
Publisher: 
Cornell University
Year: 
2,000

How to Reduce Bee Poisoning from Pesticides

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Authors: 
L. Hooven
Authors: 
R. Sagili
Authors: 
E. Johansen
Publisher: 
Oregon State University
Year: 
2,013
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