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20:39PM Jul 05, 2007

Another fungicide approved for soybean rust in Iowa

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There has been some activity by the EPA concerning fungicides for soybean rust. The fungicide Caramba™ (metconazole), manufactured by BASF Corp., has been approved as a Section 18 fungicide in
20:39PM Jul 05, 2007

Fungicide applications in corn may be increasing

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In the past, fungicide applications on hybrid corn were mostly regarded as uneconomical but an increase in corn-following-corn acres, associated increased disease risk and the higher price of corn mean
20:37PM Jul 05, 2007

Aerial Application on Corn Expected to Be High

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Farmers planted more acres of corn this year than any season since World War II. This could mean quite a bit of aerial fungicide application this summer. At least, that's
20:47PM Jun 19, 2007

Tips for corn producers using foliar fungicides

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PDF - Many corn producers are considering spraying their corn with a fungicide to control diseases. The strobilurin fungicides have given the best yield increases in research plots. (Source: IPM
20:47PM Jun 19, 2007

New rate recommendation for Headline fungicide confirms effectiveness on all major corn diseases

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New rate recommendations for Headline® fungicide have been permitted under a FIFRA section 2(ee) for control of all key diseases in corn. (Source: Seed Quest)
20:46PM Jun 19, 2007

Foliar fungicides and field corn in Arkansas

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PDF - In recent years, new foliar fungicides have been introduced that are more effective than those available in the past. These new fungicides include Headline . (Source: Arkansas Corn
20:48PM Jun 14, 2007

Prevent corn diseases with Headline

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There’s still time to get the Plant Health ™ benefits of Headline ® fungicide on corn and prevent the worst