Keywords: Trichoderma viride, Pseudomonas fluorescens, fungicides, compatibility, in vitro, turmeric Publication date 1918 Topics Fungicides, Insecticides Publisher Berkeley, Calif. : University of California, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station Collection The commercially important diseases are (in an order of relative importance): leaf spot diseases, late blight/downy mildew, rice diseases, fruit rots, cereal seed-borne diseases, powdery mildews, cereal stem diseases, rusts, and smuts. Compatibility Chart for Insecticides and Fungicides.. Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Compatibility of fungicides viz. August 16, 2018. respiration IMPORTANT: Know mode of action of fungicide because: • know which diseases can be controlled by the fungicide • use different MOA in disease management program to delay Fungicide applications can be viewed as a “free trip” for some herbicides, but make sure you are spraying on-label. (The physical compatibility of 6 insecticides viz., spinosad, indoxacarb, cartap hydrochloride, chlorfenapyr, flubendiamide, Bacillus thuringiensis and 2 fungicides viz., copper oxychloride and metalaxyl MZ and one bactericide, streptocycline were evaluated with jar compatibility test). The table below, which is provided as a reference, shows that most fungicides are actually perfectly compatible with Rootella. As a rule of thumb, systemic fungicides are mostly Compatibility of insecticides Simultaneous or sequential application of insecticides, fungicides, fertilizers etc in a single cropping season advantageous Main reason for combinations of pesticides - saving of time, equipment wear and tear and cost of application Fungicides kill by: • Damaging cell membranes • Inactivating critical enzymes or proteins • Interfering with key metabolic processes, e.g. The other fungicides recorded the inhibition in the growth of the bacterial antagonist in the range of 9.5 to 21.35 per cent. Mixture partner Mancozeb remains on the plant surface and acts by contact action (Preventive). If not, it could be costing you more than just bushels. Fungicides, herbicides and pesticides should have a compatibility chart on the label to help you make a safe decision. Fungicide-Herbicide Compatibility. It is a mixture of Mancozeb and Carbendazim. Aaron Prins. Studies on compatibility of fungicides with entomopathogenic fungus will be useful for farmers at the time of application to select suitable fungicides and entomopathogens in integrated pest management [1, 11, 12]. Mancozeb and Captan were studied with Trichoderma spp (T. viride, T. harzianum, T. koningii, T. pseudokoningii and T. virens) in vitro at different concentrations. Among copper fungicides, bordeaux mixture was more inhibitory than copper oxychloride (50%) with bacterial antagonist. Fungicides of various types have been successful in controlling most major diseases in growing crops intended for market. On stone fruits, captan is a good fungicide for the control of brown rot and scab when adequate spray schedules are followed. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /1969 .1 /160964 . Fungicide Compatibility Rootella™ Endomycorrhizal Inoculants Generally speaking, we recommend asking us before using fungicides together with mycorrhizal inoculants. Use at least 4 to 5 T per 2.5 gal applied at intervals of no more than 10 to 14 days. It is fungitoxic when exposed to air, converted in to an isothiocyanate, which inactivates the sulphahydral groups of enzymes in fungi, thus, cause disturbance in fungal enzyme functioning. This fungicide is highly effective, however, in reducing spore germination. Revised compatibility chart of insecticides and fungicides by Gray, George Putnam, 1877-1968. Weed Management.