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We planted our peanut fungicide trial on May 28 at the UGA Research Farm in Toombs County . You can already tell a difference between the three varieties. The objective of this research is to determine the economic feasibility of using a low input fungicide program on white mold resistant peanut varieties compared to a high input fungicide program on the popular high yielding O6G variety.  Fungicides will be applied 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, 105, and 120 days after planting.  The high input fungicide program is Bravo, Bravo, Fontelis, Fontelis, Fontelis, Bravo + Teb, Bravo and the low input fungicide program is Bravo, Bravo, Teb + Bravo, Teb + Bravo, Teb + Bravo, Teb + Bravo, Bravo.

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