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INTECH - DEC 2010 – Propiconazole Toxicity on the Non-Target Organism, the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus, Glomus irregulare

INTECH - DEC 2010 – Propiconazole Toxicity on the Non-Target Organism, the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus, Glomus irregulare
Edited by Odile Carisse, ISBN 978-953-307-266-1, 548 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published December 14, 2010 under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 licenseDOI: 10.5772/555 Plant and plant products are affected by a large number of plant pathogens among which fungal pathogens. These diseases play a major role in the current deficit of food supply worldwide. Related:  Botrytis et résistance

JO SENAT 09/08/12 Réponse à Question écrite n° 00283: Pulvérisations aériennes de certains pesticides en Guadeloupe 14 ème légis Question écrite n° 00283 de M. Joël Labbé (Morbihan - ECOLO) publiée dans le JO Sénat du 05/07/2012 - page 1443 M. En décembre 2011, on apprenait qu'une dérogation ministérielle à l'interdiction de l'épandage aérien de produits phytosanitaires en Guadeloupe était accordée à des planteurs de bananes (arrêté du 13 décembre 2011 du ministre de l'agriculture). À la fin du mois de mars 2012, le quotidien Le Monde se procurait une « lettre à diffusion limitée » transmise à tous les préfets. En outre, au-delà des produits phytopharmaceutiques pour lesquels les traitements aériens ne sont pas autorisés, il est prévu, dans l'arrêté du 31 mai 2011, relatif aux conditions d'épandage de produits autorisés, de respecter une distance minimale de sécurité de 50 mètres vis-à-vis des habitations et jardins, ainsi que des bâtiments et parcs où des animaux sont présents. Réponse du Ministère de l'agriculture, de l'agroalimentaire et de la forêt

Agriculture 2012, 2(3), 154-164 Purification and Phytotoxic Analysis of Botrytis cinerea Virulence Factors: New Avenues for Crop Open AccessThis article isfreely availablere-usable Article 1 Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alabama in Huntsville, 301 Sparkman Drive, Huntsville, AL 35899, USA 2 Department of Chemistry, University of Alabama in Huntsville, 301 Sparkman Drive, Huntsville, AL 35899, USA † Deceased on 12 February 2010. * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Received: 29 April 2012; in revised form: 18 June 2012 / Accepted: 4 July 2012 / Published: 10 July 2012 Abstract: Botrytis cinerea is a necrotrophic fungus infecting over 230 plant species worldwide. Keywords: BcSnod1; BcSnod2; Ceratoplatanin; Botrytis cinerea; virulence factor; recombinant expression MDPI and ACS Style Rathi, S.; McFeeters, H.; McFeeters, R.L.; Davis, M.R. AMA Style Rathi S, McFeeters H, McFeeters RL, Davis MR. Chicago/Turabian Style Rathi, Subodh; McFeeters, Hana; McFeeters, Robert L.; Davis, Maria R. 2012.

HORT TECHNOLOGY - OCT 2011 - Impact of Fungicide Program and Powdery Mildew Resistance in Three Varieties of Pumpkin + Author Affiliations The effects of fungicide program and varietal resistance on the development of cucurbit powdery mildew [PM (Podosphaera xanthii)] in pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) were tested in 2009 and 2010 in Lexington, KY. Three fungicide programs consisted of a no-fungicide control, low input (chlorothalonil), and high input (chlorothalonil alternated with myclobutanil) were applied to three varieties of pumpkin with different levels of cucurbit PM resistance. Varieties tested were Howden, Aladdin, and Camaro, which had no, moderate, and high levels of cucurbit PM resistance, respectively. Additional index words.

MAPAQ - Rapport de recherche 2013-2015 - COMBINAISON DE MOYENS DE LUTTE POUR CONTRER LA FUSARIOSE DE L’ÉPI CHEZ LE BLÉ ET L’ORGE CLEMSON UNIVERSITY - MAI 2014 - Thèse en ligne : Fungicide Resistance in Botrytis cinerea from Strawberry - Molecular Mechanisms and Management Abstract The United States is the largest producer of strawberries worldwide, generating approximately $2.4 billion worth of fruit each year. Strawberry production, however, is often threatened by pathogens. One of the most destructive fungal pathogens is Botrytis cinerea, the causal agent of gray mold disease. The control of gray mold in commercial fields is largely dependent on the application of fungicides, including the dicarboximide iprodione and the hydroxyanilide fenhexamid. Recommended Citation Grabke, Anja, "Fungicide Resistance in Botrytis cinerea from Strawberry - Molecular Mechanisms and Management" (2014).

PLOS 09/05/12 Propiconazole Is a Specific and Accessible Brassinosteroid (BR) Biosynthesis Inhibitor for Arabidopsis and Maize Brassinosteroids (BRs) are steroidal hormones that play pivotal roles during plant development. In addition to the characterization of BR deficient mutants, specific BR biosynthesis inhibitors played an essential role in the elucidation of BR function in plants. However, high costs and limited availability of common BR biosynthetic inhibitors constrain their key advantage as a species-independent tool to investigate BR function. We studied propiconazole (Pcz) as an alternative to the BR inhibitor brassinazole (Brz). Arabidopsis seedlings treated with Pcz phenocopied BR biosynthetic mutants. Figures Citation: Hartwig T, Corvalan C, Best NB, Budka JS, Zhu J-Y, et al. (2012) Propiconazole Is a Specific and Accessible Brassinosteroid (BR) Biosynthesis Inhibitor for Arabidopsis and Maize. Editor: Markus Grebe, Umeå Plant Science Centre, Sweden Received: July 5, 2011; Accepted: April 10, 2012; Published: May 9, 2012 Copyright: © 2012 Hartwig et al. Introduction Figure 1. Results Figure 2.

Mycobiology 39(1) : 52-53 (2011) First Report of Botrytis cinerea as a Postharvest Pathogen of Blueberry in Korea BLOG DE Nicole WARDUK 27/08/12 Fungicide-Resistant Downy Mildew Detected in Kentucky Vineyard This summer, a grape grower in central Kentucky reported persistent downy mildew in his vineyard. He noted that regular applications of Abound and Pristine fungicides failed to manage the disease. After laboratory analysis, the pathogen was deemed completely resistant to the two fungicides at the lowest recommended rates and 85% resistant at the highest recommended rates. What is fungicide resistance? In the simplest terms, pathogens become resistant to fungicides when the chemical no longer manages disease symptoms. However, even the most effective fungicides fail to completely eradicate a pathogen population. How did resistance develop? Consider that it is highly unlikely that a fungal population will incur resistance to more than one chemical type, at least over the short term. Chemical groups are classified by biochemical mode of action, not necessarily by active ingredient. How does a grower know if a resistant population developed? What next? More Information

UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT - FEV 2015 - The Efficacy of Spraying Fungicides to Control Fusarium Head Blight Infection in Spring Malting Barley Crop Protection Volume 77, November 2015, Detection of Botrytis cinerea field isolates with multiple fungicide resistance from table grape in Sicily a Department of Agriculture, Food and Environment, University of Catania, Catania 95123, Italyb Institute of Sciences of Food Production National Research Council (ISPA-CNR), Bari 70126, Italyc Crop and Soil Systems Research Group, Scotland's Rural College, Edinburgh, EH9 3JG, UK Received 10 February 2015, Revised 8 July 2015, Accepted 9 July 2015, Available online 28 July 2015 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2015.07.010 Get rights and content Highlights Botrytis cinerea population showed a variable sensitivity level to botryticides. About 10% of field isolates possessed resistance at least to two or more fungicides. Different isolates were simultaneously resistant to four different fungicide classes. No isolates were found resistant to fenexamid and fludioxonil. Management of resistance in vineyard is needed to delay multiple fungicide breakdown. Abstract Keywords

POSCOSECHA 26/03/18 Efecto del Propiconazole sobre el control de la podredumbre amarga en cítricos Elena Pérez-Faggiani, I Congreso Argentino de Biología y Tecnología Poscosecha, IX Jornadas Argentinas de Biología y Tecnología Poscosecha La podredumbre amarga en cítricos es provocada por un hongo similar a una levadura conocido como Galactomyces citri-aurantii E.E. Butler (anamorfo Geotrichum citri aurantii (Ferraris) E.E. Butler. Para ello se realizó una colecta de aislamientos de G. citri aurantii en predios citrícolas de Uruguay que fueron utilizados para los siguientes estudios aplicados al fungicida Propiconazole: a) estudio de la mínima dosis efectiva para controlar el crecimiento del patógeno sobre fruta contaminada; b) comparar el efecto contra otros fungicidas sintéticos; c) analizar la residualidad efectiva sobre la fruta para el control de la enfermedad y d) incursionar en la búsqueda de fungicidas naturales que puedan complementar el uso de fungicidas sintéticos. FuentesPropiconazole.

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