[NAFEX] Serenade antifungal

Stephen Sadler Docshiva at Docshiva.org
Sat Apr 8 00:30:32 EDT 2006


The results I've had have been very good.  I don't know how cost effective
it is over 20 acres.  It's a bacterial spray, and as it 'infects' the plant,
the effects seem more like those one would get with a systemic fungicide;
but unlike most (all?) systemics, this one is organic.  

 

I have been curious about cost effectiveness, and read up a little bit last
month.  Not that any of that info is still in my memory. except that it's
broad spectrum, requires fewer applcations, and can be applied with sulfur
fungicides, all of which help reduce the cost.

 

Stephen Sadler, Ph.D.

USDA 9, AHS heat zone 8, 

Sacramento CA - Mediterranean climate

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Forgive me if I missed further information posted with regard to this: is
this foliar spray a systemic antifungal/antimycotic solution? Has anyone
used it and could they please describe the results and costs involved? Thank
you.

Mark Straka
Greenway, AR
Twenty acre pecan orchard
Zone 6; clay loam

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