Title: 1991 Florida pecan spray guide - AREC Monticello
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Title: 1991 Florida pecan spray guide - AREC Monticello
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January, 1991


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Time Pesticide
(See Table) To Control


Dormant


Bloom





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Shuck-Split

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Shuck-Fall
or ,
Firstr CoVer.


Second Cover


5,7,14,35:
15+29,29:
17,19,31:


Leaf Curl
Scale, Mites
Nematodes


2: Bacterial Spot
5,6,11,14,35: Blossom Blight
(Brown Rot)
1,8,13,21-732-.2-atfacing-Insects
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5,6,11,28: "Brown Rot'
1,8,12,13,18, Catfacing Insects,


21,22,23,32: PL
5,6,28,3+28, Sc
33+28:


5,6,28,3+28, Sc
33+28:
1,8,12,14,16, PL
18,21,22,23, Ca
24,27,32: Bo

16,28,3+28, Sc
33+28:
1,8,12,13,18, PI
21,22,23,24, Ca
27:


Summer Cover 6,28,3+2
Sr;ysl., f 33+28:
a i. "1,8,12,1
21,22.23
20,30,34

Preharvest 6,3+7,7+
14-45 days 11,25,26
before har- 1,8,13,1
vet 22,23,24

1-7 ays 6,3+7,7+
* before 11,25,26
haor-y : V st :18,27:

Harvested i See
Frut, Remarks
Brr S..pa ',

Borer Sprays 15,32:



0 :- 12 21


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Two applications for severe incidences of
leaf curl are recommended for 5,6, and 16.
1st spray at leaf fall and 2nd spray prior
to bud break. For leaf curl on transplants,
1 Lb Carbamate and 1 cup detergent/100 gal
water; dip transplants for 3 min prior to
planting. Apply 2 applications oil 2 wks
apart to control white peach scale using a
min. of 150 gals spray/A. Use #19 and #34
preplant only.

Continue through cover sprays where
bacteriosis is a problem.
Where blossom blight is a problem use 2
fungicide sprays;: check label for timing.
Note Label for restrictions on use of ....
insecticides when pollinators'are present.


um Curculiol. .. ,
ab This spray and the next are very important'--
S for peach scab control." Topsin/or Benlate
,'.- "'used alone may aid*the development of res /
S ant strains of peach scab and,brown.rot.
ab .Thorbughly cover-trunk and large limbs for
borer control. .
um Curculio, '*\ '.;


facing Insects,
rers

ab

um Curculio,
itfacing Insects

ab, Brown Rot

um-Curculio
facing Insects
tes


-33, Brown Rot
,,35:


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1,35
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1, Plum Curculio,
: Catfacing Insects

Brown Rot

Catfacing Insects

Postharvest Decay
Brown Rot,
Rhizopus Rot,
Sour Rot

Peachtree Borer,
Lesser:Peachtree
Borer

White Peach Scale


Cent r~l Scienc %


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Mid-se %a jApties may require ad i
scab spray Of Florida I
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-Important-
Check Table for days to harvest
restrictions.

-Important-
Check Table for days to harvest
restrictions.

To each 100 gals of hydrocooler water, add
1 lb Botran and 3/4-1 lb Topsin. Use 25-50
ppm chlorine to control sour rot. Do not
mix chlorine with other-treatments.

1st spray after all fruit is harvested.
2nd spray 30-45 days later. (Apply
Lorsban only once per season.)
3rd spray in September. Thoroughly wet
trunk and scaffold limbs.
Apply 2 sprays 2 wks apart when crawlers


If


are active.
21: Shothole Borer Apply to infested tree, usually late season.

NOTES
This schedule is a guide to aid-the grower; however, all pertinent information relating to
the pesticides cannot be included. It is the responsibility of the grower to read the label
fo. information on restrictions and correct use. Use of a pesticide inconsistent with the
label is illegal. Do not graze treated orchards. This schedule is considered prophylactic and
does not consider the savings that can be gained by scouting for insects. Scouting and use of
pesticides only when pests are detected is strongly recommended. For more detailed ihformati'on
on pe0c6 Spray scheduling consult the FAIRS computer program which is accessible through your
local county extension office. -


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AREC-Monticello
Research Report 91-1

1991 FLORIDA PEACH SPRAY GUIDE AREC-MONTICELLO

Prepared by R. F. Mizell and J. H. Aldrich


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PESTICIDE AMOUNT AND RESTRICTIONS


No. Chemical*


Amount/A


Interval Between Last Application and Harvest


1 Ambush 2EC


2 Basic Zinc Sulfate


3 Benlate 50WP


4 Botran 75WP


5 Bravo 720


6 Captec 4L



7 Carbamate 76WDG


8 Carzol SP


9 Chlorine

10 Diazinon 50WP

11 Funginex 1.6EC


12 Guthion 50WP

13 Imidan 50WP

14 Liquid-Lime Sulfur


15 Lorsban 4E


Malathion 25WP

Methyl Bromide

Lannate L, LV,


Nemacur 15G

Omite 30WP

Parathion 15WP


22 Penncap-M 2F


23 Pounce 3.2EC

24 Pydrin 2.4EC
(Asana XL)

25 Ronilan 50WP


26 Rovral 50WP


27 Sevin 50WP

28 Sulfur

29 Oil


30 Tedion 25WP

31 Telone II 92%


32 Thiodan 50WP, 3EC


33 Topsin-M 70WP


34 Vendex 50WP

35 Ziram F-4


7-13 fl oz


12 lbs


3/4 Lb


1 lb/100 gal+
3/4-1 Lb #33

3 1/8-4 1/8 pts,
8 pts

3/4-1 qt/100 gal


1 1/2 Ibs/
100 gals

16-20 oz


25-50 ppm

2 tbs/100 gals

36-48 fl oz


3/4 Ib

2 1/4 lbs

1 1/2,
9-12 gals

3 qts/100 gals



6 lbs

430 lbs,

0.45-1.8 lbs ai


60-120 lbs

5 Lb

3 lbs


2 pts


2-4 oz/100 gals

5-16 oz
(4.8-14.5 oz)

1 1/2-2 lbs


1-2 lbs


3 lbs

9 lbs

1-2 gals/100 gals


1 1/2 lbs

27-102 gals


1 1/2-3 lbs ai


1 1/2-2 1/4 lbs


1-2 lb

12-15 pts


Do not exceed 8 applications/season or apply within 7
days of harvest.

Do not use within 2 wks of captain. Do not use on
nectarines.

No time limitations do not use more than 1 lb per
acre per application.

Do not apply within 1 day of harvest.


The final application can be either 4 1/8 pts (10-14
days after shuck split) or 8 pts at shuck split.

Do not reenter within 4 days of application unless pro-
tective clothing and gloves are worn. Use lower rate in
combination with #3, higher rate at preharvest.

Apply in fall after leaves drop or spring before buds
swell.

Do not apply to peach within 21 days or nectarine within
14 days of harvest.

Keep chlorine level at 25-50 ppm in hydrocooler water.

Do not apply within 20 days of harvest.

Do not exceed 3 applications in the preharvest period.
Apply third application just prior to harvest.

Do not apply within 21 days of harvest.

Do not apply within 14 days of harvest. Do not graze.

Use lower rate for bloom spray. Do not mix in tank
with other pesticides.

Do not apply more than once per season. Do not apply
within 14 days of harvest. Do not allow spray to
contact fruit. Do not graze.

Do not apply within 7 days of harvest.

Highly toxic; use with extreme care.

Do not apply within 4 days of harvest. Do not graze
livestock in treated orchards for 10 days after treat-
ment. Apply only for catfacing insects.

For pre- and postplant nematode control. See label.

Do not apply within 14 days of harvest.

Do not apply within 14 days of harvest. Do not apply
more than 5 lbs actual parathion per acre per year.

Do not apply within 14 days of harvest. Do not apply
more than 5 lbs actual Penncap-M per acre per year.

Do not apply within 7 days of harvest.

Do not apply within 14 days of harvest. Do not graze.
Do not exceed 1.5 lbs ai/acre per season.

Do not use within 3 days of harvest. Use lower rate if
brown rot is not present; 2 lbs if brown rot is present.

May be used up until harvest. Use lower rate if brown
rot is not present; 2 lbs if brown rot is present.

Do not apply within 1 day of harvest.

No time limitations. Apply 9 lbs/A of actual sulfur.

Do not mix with lime-sulfur; several brands for dormant
and summer.

Do not make more than 1 application after shuck-split.

Broadcast rate depends on soil type and desired depth of
penetration.

Do not apply within 30 days of harvest. Do not apply
more than twice during the fruiting season.

Do not use within 1 day of harvest. Do not use more than
1 Lb per acre per application.

Do not apply within 14 days of harvest.

For leaf curl control apply at dormancy.
For brown rot control apply at pink bud to early cover
and preharvest. Remove excess with washing or wiping.


*Other EPA registered formulations and brands of these chemicals may be substituted; however,
the rates of active ingredient applied per acre should be the same as listed.




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