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  • Root and Stolon Protection with In-furrow Application

    Fungicides applied directly to the seed protect against seed-borne disease, but are limited in their ability to protect the plant from soil-borne pathogens. In the absence of an in-furrow fungicide, the plant may encounter soil-borne pathogens as the root and stolon structures expand beyond the area protected by the seed treatment. Rhizoctonia solani attacks tubers, underground stems and stolons of plants, causing diseases such as black scurf and stem canker. The pathogen is typically introduced…

This image shows an illustrated almond tree in bloom.
This illustrated image shows the insect pear psylla.
This agronomic image shows corn rust on untreated corn.
This agronomic image shows a cut tobacco stem, exposing blackened necrotic pith.
This agronomic image shows gummy stem blight damage on watermelon.
This agronomic image shows a soybean field.
This agronomic image shows oranges.
Seed treated soybean pods.