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Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?
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Fungicide Resistance: Can it be Prevented?

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    • 1. Fungicide Resistance: Can it be prevented?Lane P. TredwayAssociate Professor and Extension SpecialistDepartment of Plant PathologyNorth Carolina State University
    • 2. What is fungicideresistance?• an evolutionary process, ‘natural selection’• a pathogen is a population of individuals• some may be naturally resistant to a given fungicide• if that fungicide is used repeatedly, the resistant strains become dominant in the population• control failure occurs
    • 3. Fungicide Resistance: Survival of the Fittest x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
    • 4. Fungicide Resistance: Survival of the Fittest• a small portion of the population x x x x x x x x x x x x x has natural, genetic resistance to x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x a given fungicide x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
    • 5. Fungicide Resistance: Survival of the Fittest• a small portion of the population x x x x x x x x x x x x has natural, genetic resistance to x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x a given fungicide x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x• when that fungicide is applied, x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x the resistant strains increase in x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x the population x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
    • 6. Fungicide Resistance: Survival of the Fittest• a small portion of the population x x x x x x x x x x x x x has natural, genetic resistance to x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x a given fungicide x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x• when that fungicide is applied, x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x the resistant strains increase in x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x the population x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x• when the resistant strains x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x become dominant, control failure x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x occurs x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
    • 7. Fungicide Resistance: Survival of the Fittest• a small portion of the population has natural, genetic resistance to a given fungicide• when that fungicide is applied, the resistant strains increase in the population• when the resistant strains become dominant, control failure occurs
    • 8. Turfgrass Fungicides: 15 Chemical Classes • Aromatic hydrocarbon • Phenylamide • Benzimidazole • Phenylpyrolle • Carbamate • Phosphonate • Carboxamide • Polyoxin • Dicarboximide • Pyridine • Dithiocarbamate • QoI • DMI • QiI • Nitrile
    • 9. FRAC codes are displayed prominently on new fungicide labels
    • 10. Cross Resistance and Multiple Resistance Cross Resistance Untreated a • resistance is specific to a Disarm ab chemical class Insignia ab • if a pathogen becomes resistant to azoxystrobin, it Heritage a will also be resistant to fluoxastrobin, pyraclostrobin,Signature + Daconil b and trifloxystrobin (all QoI 0 7.5 15 22.5 30 fungicides) Anthracnose Incidence
    • 11. Sclerotinia homoeocarpaCross Resistance andMultiple ResistanceMultiple Resistance • pathogens may develop thiophanate-methyl propiconazole iprodione resistance to more than one chemical class Colletotrichum graminicola • each resistance evolves independently of the pyraclostrobin azoxystrobin Unamended others 0.003 ppm 0.031 ppm thiophanate- pyraclostrobin azoxystrobin methyl 0.8 ppm 8 ppm 10 ppm
    • 12. Fungicide Resistance: Current Status
    • 13. Fungicide Resistance: Current StatusDollar Spot • resistance to benzimidazoles widespread • reduced sensitivity to DMIs is common, but to varying degrees • dicarboxamide resistance is rare
    • 14. Fungicide Resistance: Current StatusDollar Spot • resistance to benzimidazoles widespread • reduced sensitivity to DMIs is common, but to varying degrees • dicarboxamide resistance is rareAnthracnose • nearly all populations are resistant to QoIs and benzimidazoles • some are partially sensitive
    • 15. Resistance Case Studies: Benzimidazoles• single mutation in pathogen• complete control failure• develops quickly• resistant strains persist indefinitely
    • 16. Resistance CaseStudies: DMIs• multiple mutations in pathogen• gradual reduction in population sensitivity over time• appears as a gradual reduction in control efficacy or residual• strains may not persist in absence of DMI applications
    • 17. DMI resistance develops as a gradual shift
    • 18. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 19. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 20. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 21. Banner Maxx (1 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 22. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 23. Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 24. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 25. Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 26. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.011
    • 27. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 28. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 29. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 30. Banner Maxx (1 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 31. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 32. Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 33. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 34. Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 35. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.020
    • 36. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 37. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 38. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 39. Banner Maxx (1 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 40. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 41. Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 42. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 43. Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 44. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.033
    • 45. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated Control DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 46. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 47. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated Control DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 48. Banner Maxx (1 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 49. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated Control DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 50. Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 51. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated Control DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 52. Untreated Control DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 53. Banner Maxx (2 fl oz) Banner Maxx (1 fl oz)Banner Maxx (0.5 fl oz) Untreated Control DMI resistance is rate and interval dependent EC50 = 0.054
    • 54. Resistance CaseStudies: QoIs Unamende pyraclostrobin azoxystrobin 0.003 ppm 0.031 ppm• two different mutations in pathogen thiophanate- pyraclostrobin azoxystrobin methyl 0.8 ppm 8 ppm• one mutation yields 50% Isolate GBGC2, Gatlinburg GC benzimidazole insensitive, QoI insensitive reduction in sensitivity• other mutation yields complete resistance Unamende pyraclostrobin azoxystrobin 0.003 ppm 0.031 ppm• strains persist indefinitely thiophanate- pyraclostrobin azoxystrobin methyl 0.8 ppm 8 ppm Isolate BR13A, Blowing Rock CC benzimidazole insensitive, QoI mod. sens.
    • 55. Some anthracnose populations are partially sensitive tothe QoI fungicides Untreated Compass (0.25 oz) Insignia (0.5 oz) Heritage (0.2 oz) Spectro (4 oz) 26GT (3 fl oz) 3336 (4 fl oz) Daconil Ultrex (3.2 oz) Medallion (0.5 oz) Endorse (4 oz) Alude (6 fl oz) Alude + Daconil Signature (4 oz) Signature + Daconil 0 6 12 18 24 30 Anthracnose Incidence (%) Treatments applied 5/23, 6/6, 6/20, 7/11, 7/25; data collected 8/15
    • 56. What can we learn from the medical field?How can antibiotic resistance beprevented? • maintain healthy lifestyle to minimize reliance on antibiotics • sanitation • diagnose illnesses acurately • avoid repetitive use of same antibiotics • mix antibiotics when necessary
    • 57. Preventing FungicideResistance• maintain healthy turf• employ IPM strategies• diagnose diseases accurately• avoid repetitive use of high-risk chemical classes• tank-mix in high-risk situations
    • 58. Is Fungicide Resistance Preventable? • Rotate? • Tank-mix? • Use it until it quits working?
    • 59. High Risk Medium Risk Low Risk Turfgrass pathogens vary in their ability to develop fungicide resistance.
    • 60. High Risk Medium Risk Low Risk Fungicides also vary in their susceptibility to fungicide resistance.
    • 61. What determines the resistance risk? • pathogens vary in their ability to evolve resistance • fungicides vary in their susceptibility to resistance • resistance risk is determined by the target pathogen and selected fungicide
    • 62. Calculating the Resistance Risk -----Pathogen Resistance Risk----- • each pathogen is---Fungicide Resistance Risk--- Low Risk (1) Med. Risk (2) High Risk (3) assigned a risk value Low Risk (1) 1 2 3 • each fungicide is assigned a risk value Med. Risk (2) 2 4 6 • multiply them together High Risk (3) 3 6 9 to identify the recommended strategy
    • 63. Resistance Risk Determines the Best Strategy Resistance Risk Recommended Action Rotate to different chemical class after EVERY application; Tank- 9 mix with low or moderate risk product for EVERY application Rotate to different chemical class after 1-2 applications; Tank- 6 mixing with low or moderate risk product recommended Rotate to different chemical class after 1-2 applications; Tank- 4 mixing not necessary Rotate to different chemical class after 2-3 applications; Tank- 3 mixing not necessary Rotate to different chemical class after 3-4 applications; Tank- 2 mixing not necessary Rotating and tank-mixing not necessary, but recommended to avoid 1 potential side affects from continuous use of same chemical class
    • 64. Fungicide Efficacy Rankings on turffiles.ncsu.edu
    • 65. Disease Management Utility on turffiles.ncsu.edu
    • 66. Example: Dollar Spot Program
    • 67. Example: Dollar Spot Program April 1 - Emerald + Daconil Ultrex (0.13 + 3.2 oz)
    • 68. Example: Dollar Spot Program April 1 - Emerald + Daconil Ultrex (0.13 + 3.2 oz) April 15 - Bayleton + 26GT (1 oz + 4 fl oz)
    • 69. Example: Dollar Spot Program April 1 - Emerald + Daconil Ultrex (0.13 + 3.2 oz) April 15 - Bayleton + 26GT (1 oz + 4 fl oz) May 1 - Banner Maxx + Daconil Ultrex (2 fl oz + 3.2 oz)
    • 70. Example: Dollar Spot Program April 1 - Emerald + Daconil Ultrex (0.13 + 3.2 oz) April 15 - Bayleton + 26GT (1 oz + 4 fl oz) May 1 - Banner Maxx + Daconil Ultrex (2 fl oz + 3.2 oz) May 15 - Emerald + Daconil Ultrex (0.13 + 3.2 oz)
    • 71. Example: Dollar Spot Program April 1 - Emerald + Daconil Ultrex (0.13 + 3.2 oz) April 15 - Bayleton + 26GT (1 oz + 4 fl oz) May 1 - Banner Maxx + Daconil Ultrex (2 fl oz + 3.2 oz) May 15 - Emerald + Daconil Ultrex (0.13 + 3.2 oz) June 1 - 26GT + Daconil Ultrex (4 fl oz + 3.2 oz)

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