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Date: 3/6/2019, Location: Madera, CA

Powdery mildew starts its infection process early in the season as vines are emerging from dormancy. However, wet soils often make it difficult for growers to get heavy equipment through their vineyards to make foliar fungicide applications during that critical time. Dr. Issa Qandah, FMC plant pathologist, shows Jake a drip application method that allows growers to harness the systemic action of Rhyme® fungicide whenever and wherever it is needed, as directed on the label, regardless of vineyard soil conditions.


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