APPLE POSTHARVEST DISEASE AND FRUIT SCALD CONTROL(1)
|100 GAL DILUTE|
|Mertect 340F (thiabendazole) +
Scholar EZ (see label for thermal
|1 pt + 1 lb
10-16 fl oz
It is recommended that one of these fungicide treatments be
included if fruit must be dipped in a scald inhibitor.
If fruit do not need to be treated for scald inhibition,
prompt movement into storage with rapid cooling and no
fungicide treatment is another option.
2 A rate of 5 oz in 25-100 gal may be used as a dilute application or dip for control of blue mold and gray mold.
|Variety||Early Maturity||Middle Maturity||Late Maturity|
|Red Delicious||2000 ppm DPA||2000 ppm DPA||2000 ppm DPA|
|Stayman, Rome, York, Granny Smith||2000 ppm DPA||1000 ppm DPA||---|
1 Based on minimum days after
full bloom considered safe for picking apples for storage: Red
Delicious, 135 - 145 (depending on strain); Stayman and York,
160; Rome, 165. DPA = Diphenylamine.
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