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Old 04-11-2011, 09:19 PM
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2 sprays for apple scab

Wondering what you guys do regarding apple scab on crabapples. Are 2 sprays enough? Do you wait until the trees are mostly leafed out? Is Eagle 20EW the best? thanks
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Wondering what you guys do regarding apple scab on crabapples. Are 2 sprays enough? Do you wait until the trees are mostly leafed out? Is Eagle 20EW the best? thanks
Depending on the product you are using. The product I use is called Procon Z its (Propiconazole) Label recommends 3 sprays every 14 days.
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You need to spray prior to bud break. After it leafs out generally to late for scab spraying.
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RE Crabapple Scab control

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Wondering what you guys do regarding apple scab on crab-apples. Are 2 sprays enough? Do you wait until the trees are mostly leafed out? Is Eagle 20EW the best? thanks
If you time it correctly, 1 spray can do the trick. The general window for control is from bud break thru the period while the crabs are flowering. I have gotten good results with either Eagle or Tourney fungicides.
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