Priaxor Fungicide (Medium Yield Zone 35-55 bu/A)

Trial Type

Fungicide, Medium Yield

General Stats

County
Hutchinson
Replications
6
Crop
Soybean
Seed Brand
Asgrow
Variety
2433
Relative Maturity
2.4
Tillage
Conventional Till
Irrigated
No Value
Drain Tile
No Value
Previous Crop
Corn
Row Sapcing
30"
Plant Population
150000
Plant Date
05/06/2017
Cover Crop
No Value
Seed Treatment
Fungicide, Insecticide, Inoculant

Soil Stats

Soil Type
Fine
Soil pH
4.0
Organic Matter
No Value

Methodology

Methods:

The soybean was planted and then replanted twice after hail and excess rainfall damaged soybean seedlings in first planting early and second re-planting late May. The field was replanted for the third and final time on June 3rd, 5th and 6th. The field received more hail in the later end of the growing season which lead to damage to the beans visible at spraying on August 22nd. Later white mold developed affecting large areas of the whole field. Due to continued in season wetness spraying of the fungicide was also delayed. Six strips of Priaxor® fungicide were sprayed at  4 oz ac-1 on August 22nd at 10 gal  ac-1 with carrier.  This product was a blend of both fluxapyroxad (group 7) and pyraclostrobin (group 11) fungicides.

Results

Results:

When compared the control strips,  Priaxor® strips on average, received a 2.18 bushel yield increase that was significant at the 95% confidence interval. Additional foliar fungicide trials are needed in the future, especially earlier in the flowering stage.

Acknowledgments:

Funding provided by South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council.

 

 

Rainfall

Temperature

Applications

  Disease Brand Event Date
R4 White Mold Priaxor 22/08/2018 No Value

Fertilizer Applications

Insecticide Applications

Fungicide Applications

  Disease Brand Event Date
R4 White Mold Priaxor 22/08/2018 No Value

Herbicide Applications