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Catarina Saude, Mary Ruth McDonald, and Sean Westerveld

the environment and to subsequent crops, excessive fertilization is not recommended. Research conducted with crops such as tomato, potato, and cotton in which different rates of fertilizers and fungicides were combined to control leaf blight caused by

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Charles S. Krasnow, Andrew A. Wyenandt, Wesley L. Kline, J. Boyd Carey, and Mary K. Hausbeck

; Hausbeck and Lamour, 2004 ; Ristaino, 1991 ). Judicious application of fungicides via drip lines or as soil-directed sprays can provide additional control ( Foster and Hausbeck, 2010 ; Kuhn et al., 2011 ; Meyer and Hausbeck, 2013 ). A drip

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Kaitlin Barrios, Carrie Knott, and James Geaghan

germination, or revive later and attack the seedling as a latent infection ( Arya and Perelló, 2010 ; Sharvelle, 1961 ). Fortunately, fungicide applications at seeding are a traditional and effective method of protecting seed from fungal pathogens, thereby

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Christian A. Wyenandt, Nancy Maxwell, and Daniel L. Ward

tolerant or resistant varieties such as cvs. Magic Lantern, Magician, or Gold Bullion ( McGrath and Davey, 2006 ) and preventive fungicide applications ( Alexander and Waldenmaier, 1999 ; Fitzgerald et al., 2005 ; McGrath and Shishkoff, 1999 ; Shamiyeh

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Timothy Coolong and Kenneth Seebold

the growing season ( Koike et al., 2007 ). Because of these factors, PM is an annual pest of cucurbit crops in Kentucky ( Bachi et al., 2010 ). Control of PM in pumpkin is achieved through regularly scheduled fungicide applications during the growing

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Barrett R. Gruber, Libby R.R. Davies, and Patricia S. McManus

were understood in the early 20th century. Keitt et al. (1937) noted that tart cherry fruits from trees that had not been sprayed with fungicides often failed to mature during years when severe CLS symptoms developed early in the season. Therefore, a

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Nathaniel A. Mitkowski and Arielle Chaves

Demethylation inhibitor fungicides [also known as sterol inhibitor fungicides, belonging to the Fungicide Resistance Action Committee (FRAC) Code Group #3 ( FRAC, 2012 )] are widely used on turfgrasses throughout the United States. These fungicides

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Adam D. Call, Todd C. Wehner, Gerald J. Holmes, and Peter S. Ojiambo

) but this resistance has not yet been incorporated into cultivars. Chemical control of downy mildew is necessary to achieve high yields in the absence of high host plant resistance. The discovery of systemic fungicides was a major advance over

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Guirong Zhang, Mohammad Babadoost, Alan De Young, Eric T. Johnson, and David A. Schisler

., 2015 ). Management of basil downy mildew currently includes growing pathogen-free seed ( Gilardi et al., 2015 ), reducing leaf wetness and relative humidity during plant production ( Cohen and Ben-Naim, 2016 ), and preventative fungicide applications

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John E. Kaminski and Michael A. Fidanza

bentgrass ( Agrostis stolonifera L.) and annual bluegrass ( Poa annua L.) greens, tees, and fairways ( Smiley et al., 2005 ; Watschke et al., 1994 ). Due to the severity and destructive nature of dollar spot in high-value turf, fungicides are considered a