Posts Tagged ‘Strawberry Research’

Editor’s Note: A Recent Collaborative Effort Between Clemson and UF

Mutant strains of peach anthracnose can mean big problems for growers.  These diseases can be difficult to control with standard pesticides like Abound, Topsin M, Scala, and others.  Researchers at Clemson University, including Dr. Guido Schnabel, are not going to let pathogens get the best of growers though.  They have been testing the efficacy of fungicides to determine how best to control new diseases as they crop up.  This research helps determine when Inspire Super or Orbit is the best pesticide to use, or if you should mix Orbit with Inspire Super. Read More…