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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2016

Integrating generic & new generation pesticides with cultural methods for disease management in dryland and irrigated High Plains cropping systems

Pesticides Drylands

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Research, Education & Economics Information System (REEIS)

Titre : Integrating generic & new generation pesticides with cultural methods for disease management in dryland and irrigated High Plains cropping systems

Identification : WYO-575-16

Pays : Etats Unis

Durée : Project Start Date Apr 1, 2016 — Project End Date Sep 30, 2020

Récipiendaire : UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING 1000 E UNIVERSITY AVE DEPARTMENT 3434 LARAMIE,WY 82071-2000
Project Director : Stump, WI, .

Objectifs
Major Goal(s) : Each year, new formulations of generic and new generation (experimental) pesticides are being produced for potential markets in the United States. The goals of this project are to test efficacy and integration of these products in a wide variety of Wyoming cropping systems. Pesticides are registered and labeled for agricultural use only after numerous trials and years of testing and disease evaluations that demonstrate the activity and safe use of the product. Wyoming and the High Plains production region present challenging environmental conditions that can potentially impact disease pest cycles and efficacy of pesticides and it is important to provide local-relevant research based efficacy information to our stakeholders.Objectives:1. Test efficacies of generic and new generation pesticides for a variety of Wyoming crops under the High Plains climate. Pesticides will be tested in dry bean, sugar beet and potato against diseases common to these crops and region.2. When appropriate, pesticide trials will integrate additional cultural methods such as tillage programs, resistant varieties and pesticide placement (in-furrow, seed treatment).3. Provide producer/stakeholders research-based information that enables modification or adoption of cost-effective plant disease management strategies.

Sponsoring Institution : National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Présentation : USDA (REEIS)

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