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research paper biofungicide against poserdy mildew

Posted by henry_kuska z5 OH (kuska@neo.rr.com) on
Sun, Dec 15, 13 at 0:22

See:

http://www.agrosym.rs.ba/agrosym/agrosym_2013/documents/1pp/pp75.pdf

Here is a link that might be useful: link for above


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RE: research paper biofungicide against poserdy mildew

Interesting. Has anybody used Vegard in the field? Is it available?


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RE: research paper biofungicide against poserdy mildew

The authors say that Vegard is a biofungicide developed by the Chinese that works almost exactly as well on powdery mildew as Benomyl but they don't say what it is or if it is available. I googled Vegard and there was nothing.


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RE: research paper biofungicide against poserdy mildew

I didn't think anybody used Benomyl anymore. I am told that many years ago there was something in it that killed a lot of roses. The company never took responsibility. Anyway, I wish the researchers had tested Vegard against what people use now. I've never had powdery mildew so I don't know what they use now... but one needs to know what is available just in case.


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RE: research paper biofungicide against poserdy mildew

Green Cure is an organic pesticide that works very well against PM, its active ingredient is potassium bicarbonate which is a food additive that has a GRAS designation. It is also labeled for black spot & some other problems but most rose people find that it only works well on PM.


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