Disease Control Update: On The Table

 

Disease Control Update: On The Table

The following materials were on the IR-4 program’s November 2007 New Products/Transitional Solutions list. For information on new use candidates for already registered chemicals, go to http://www.epa.gov/opprd001/workplan/newuse.htm.

Fungicide Active ingredient Registrant Status
Endura Boscalid BASF Pending on celeriac, herb subgroup, greenhouse tomatoes, turnips, and radicchio
Ranman cyazofamid FMC Corp. Pending on brassica leafy vegetables, carrot pepper, vegetable transplants
Curzate cymoxanil Dupont Crop Protection Pending on vegetable bulb crop group, spinach
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cyprodinil/

fludioxonil

Syngenta Crop Protection Pending on carrot, cucurbit vegetables, greenhouse cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes, parsley, radish, and tomato
Dividend difenoconazole Syngenta Crop Protection Pending on brassica leafy vegetables, cucurbit vegetables, fruiting vegetables, and tuberous and corm vegetables
BAS 536

dimethormorph/

pyraclostrobin

BASF Pending on bulb vegetables, cucurbits, potatoes, and tomatoes
Reason fenamidone Bayer CropScience Pending on brassica leafy vegetable crop group, carrot, fruiting vegetable crop group, leafy vegetable crop group, strawberry, and turnip greens
Elevate fenhexamid Arysta LifeScience Pending on asparagus, fruiting vegetable crop group, greenhouse vegetables
Omega fluazinam Syngenta Crop Protection Pending on bean, brassica leafy vegetables, carrot, lettuce, onion, and peas
Fusion flusilazole Dupont Crop Science Pending on legume vegetables
Moncut, Vintage flutolanil Gowan, Nichino America Pending on brassica leafy vegetable crop group
Oxidate hydrogen peroxide BioSafe Systems Pending on beans and brassica vegetables
Vortex ipconazole Chemtura, Bayer CropScience Pending on legume vegetables
NOA 446510 mandipropamid Syngenta Crop Protection Pending on brassica leafy vegetables, cucurbits, fruiting vegetables, leafy vegetables, onion, and potato
Ridomil Gold mefenoxam Syngenta Crop Protection Pending on snap and lima beans, broccoli raab, collard, kale, and mustard greens
Arabesque, Pirouette, Gilssade Muscador albus AgraQuest Pending on fruiting vegetables and strawberry
Rally, Nova, Laredo myclobutanil Dow AgroSciences Pending on artichoke, cilantro, eggplant, okra, papaya, and pepper
Quintec quinoxyfen Dow AgroSciences Pending on artichoke, cilantro, parsley, pumpkin, and squash
Triad sodium metasilicate Environmental Safe Systems Pending on brassica leafy vegetables and leafy vegetables

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