Would oxytetracycline be an effective economical alternative in those "borderline" instances?
Mo Tougas On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 10:18 PM, Smith, Timothy J <smit...@wsu.edu> wrote: > HI Brian, > > > > Yes, that would work well. Kasumin has worked well in Michigan. > > > > Tim > > > > *From:* apple-crop-boun...@virtualorchard.net [mailto: > apple-crop-boun...@virtualorchard.net] *On Behalf Of *Brian Heatherington > *Sent:* Thursday, March 19, 2015 1:29 PM > *To:* Apple-Crop > *Subject:* [apple-crop] Kasugamycin for fireblight > > > > Planning ahead for bloom: > In an area where fireblight is still effectively controlled by > streptomycin, would it be advisable to rotate to kasugamycin for one or > more sprays, purely for resistance management? Perhaps when models show a > borderline need for application? How effective has Kasumin been in > Michigan? > > > -- > > Brian Heatherington > > Beech Creek Farms and Orchards > > 2011 Georgia Highway 120 > > Tallapoosa, GA 30176 > > 770-714-8381 > > > _______________________________________________ > apple-crop mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://virtualorchard.net/mailman/listinfo/apple-crop > > -- Maurice Tougas Tougas Family Farm Northborough,MA 01532 508-450-0844
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