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Lunch & Learn | Fungicides 101: Making the Most of Your Conventional or Organic Fungicide Programs

September 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Man in coveralls using a backpack sprayer in a field of spinach.

Fungicides 101: Making the Most of Your Conventional or Organic Fungicide Programs

Presented by Lindsey du Toit. Whether you grow crops conventionally or organically, are you getting the most out of your fungicide programs? If your crop has a root disease, will you get any benefit from applying a fungicide to the plants or to the soil? When should you make your application(s)? How often? What method of fungicide application will give you the best control of the diseases you are trying to manage? Should you use a sticker or adjuvant with your application? Does it matter what volume of water (GPA) you use to make the application? Does it matter what nozzles and pressure you use? Is the disease you’re concerned about caused by a true fungus or a water mold? Why does that even matter? Can you cure a crop of an infection after you see symptoms of the disease? What does FRAC mean, and why should you care? If a fungicide label says the product is ‘systemic’, will the fungicide move throughout the plant to provide protection against pathogens? Do fungicides really control all the diseases listed on the labels? This seminar will cover the basics of using organic and conventional fungicides, including the many factors to consider so you can get the best results from your fungicide applications, whether you use certified organic fungicides or conventional fungicides.

View the Effective Fungicide Programs Flyer.

You will need to register to receive a link to attend the seminar via Zoom.

This seminar has been approved for one (1) WSDA Pesticide License Recertification Credit.


This seminar is part of our new Pesticide Recertification Seminar Series, which will include 11 opportunities to earn a recertification credit! Thank you to Lydia Tymon and Carol Miles for their work in organizing this.

Details

Date:
September 23
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
http://mtvernon.wsu.edu/lunch-seminars#zoom

Organizer

Mount Vernon NWREC
Phone:
360-848-6120
Email:
AMS.MountVernon@wsu.edu
Website:
mtvernon.wsu.edu