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12828 D PYDIFLUMETOFEN (FTH 545) ( SYNGEN ) TOMATO (PROCESSING) ( 08-10A = TOMATO SUBGROUP ) NEED E/CS DATA ONLY

Reduced Risk Status: THIS AI HAS BEEN CLASSIFIED AS RR FOR ONE OR MORE FOOD USES.
IPM Compatibility: PER REQUESTER: GOOD IPM FIT; TRANSPLANT DRENCH AND SUB-SURFACE DRIP APPLICATIONS ELIMINATE THE POTENTIAL OF POSSIBLE DRIFT FROM FOLIAR SPRAYS, PREVENT CONTACT TO NON-TARGET AREAS, AND PROVIDE DIRECT CONTACT TO THE INTENDED PEST IN THE ROOT ZONE; WITH CURRENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR THIS PEST BEING ROTATION OUT OF TOMATOES, THE USE OF EXPENSIVE FUMIGANTS WHICH ARE NON-TARGETED AND ALSO INTERFERE WITH BENEFICIAL MICRO-ORGANISMS AND NEMATODES, OR THE USE OF LITTLE AVAILABLE AND LESS MARKETABLE RESISTANT VARIETIES HAVING AN EFFICACIOUS FUNGICIDE AVAILABLE PROVIDES AN OPTION FOR BEST MANAGEMENT; A LOW AI/ACRE, A PHI WHICH IS WELL WITHIN THE RANGE OF NEED, AN REI OF 4 HOURS, AND A PBI OF 0 DAYS FOR PRACTICALLY ALL POTENTIAL ROTATIONAL CROPS IN CALIFORNIA ARE ALL ADDITIONAL ARGUMENTS FOR BEST FIT:08/19; PER 2019 WSR NOMINATION COMMENTS: ALTERNATIVE MOA AND THE ELIMINATION OF THE NEED FOR FUMIGATION ARE BENEFITS FOR IPM PRACTICES; MIRAVIS WILL NOT BE A STAND ALONE CONTROL FOR FUSARIUM RACE 3 INFECTION; CURRENTLY, THERE IS AN INDUSTRY WIDE EFFORT FOCUSED ON A VARIETY OF STRATEGIES TO MINIMIZE THE INCIDENCE OF FUSARIUM RACE 3; COMBINING THIS CHEMICAL CONTROL MEANS WITH CORRECT VARIETAL SELECTIONS, FIELD SANITATION PRACTICES AND CROP ROTATION WILL BE THE BEST APPROACH FOR MANAGING THIS DEVASTATING DISEASE UNTIL GENETIC RESISTANCE IS OBTAINED; PER 2019 NOMINATION COMMENT: VERY GOOD FIT; ALTERNATIVE MOA AND THE ELIMINATION OF THE NEED FOR FUMIGATION ARE BENEFITS FOR IPM PRACTICES
Reasons for need: FUSARIUM WILT OF TOMATO, RACE 3; DELAYED DEVELOPMENT OF DISEASE SYMPTOMS TO ALLOW FOR FRUIT DEVELOPMENT AND CANOPY COVERAE, THROUGH TO HARVEST; THERE IS NO EFFECTIVE FUMIGATION OR FUNGICIDE TOOL FOR THIS DISEASE CURRENTLY; MANAGEMENT PRACTICES USED ARE ROTATION OUT OF INFESTED BLOCKS OR THE SWITCH TO A RESISTANT CULTIVAR; RESISTANT CULTIVARS WILL NOT BE UP TO INDUSTRY STANDARD OR COMMON ENOUGH FOR WIDESPREAD USE FOR 5-10 YEARS; WITH THIS PATHOGEN SPREADING RAPIDLY THROUGHOUT THE STATE THERE IS AN APPROXIMATE 5% OF TOTAL INDUSTRY ACREAGE NEWLY DISCOVERED IN SEASON ANNUALLY, WITH 20% YIELD LOSS IN THESE NEWLY DISCOVERED ACRES; WITH A TOTAL FARM GATE VALUE IN CALIFORNIA OF 900 MILLION, THE ANNUAL ECONOMIC IMPACT OF NO IN-SEASON MANAGEMENT TOOL IS CONSERVATIVELY 9 MILLION USD; PER CA ME-TOO REQUEST (SAFFLOWER GROWERS), SAFFLOWER IS AN IMPORTANT ROTATIONAL CROP FOR PROCESSING TOMATO GROWERS, AND FUSARIUM IS A DEVASTATING DISEASE; PER FL ME-TOO REQUEST: NEEDED FOR FUSARIUM WILT CONTROL
Requesting State(s): CA:Bagley, Z; Howard, B ; FL:Vallad, G ;
PCR Use Pattern: USE MIRAVIS; MAKE 2 APPLIC OF 8.55-13.7 OZ/A, 30-DAY INTERVAL; MAKE A TRANSPLANT DRENCH APPLIC PRIOR TO TRANSPLANTING, FOLLOWED BY A SUB-SURFACE DRIP APPLIC 30 DAYS LATER; 14-DAY PHI
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Comments: KEY EXPORT MARKETS NOTED AS MEXICO, CANADA, JAPAN, EUROPE; THERE IS A TOLERANCE OF 0.6 PPM FOR FRUITING VEG GROUP 8-10, SO THIS NEED MAY BE COVERED:08/19; MFG SUPPORTS THIS REQUEST AS RESEARCHABLE; NEED TO CONFIRM IF CURRENT TOLERANCE COVERS THIS:09/17/19; STATUS CHANGED TO POTENTIAL, E/CS DATA BEFORE RESIDUE, AT FUW:09/24/19
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Field Research DirectorExpediteField ID#RFCTO QAHQ RECD.Lab ID#Lab RECDLab CompProc. IDProc. ShippedProc. ReportRaw DataS Dir./Auditor
Vallad, Gary P 16-FL-DMP RECD -NONE
Aegerter, Brenna P 19-CA-DMP RECD -NONE
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