Delaying selection for fungicide insensitivity by mixing fungicides at a low and high risk of resistance development: a modeling analysis.

@article{Hobbelen2011DelayingSF,
  title={Delaying selection for fungicide insensitivity by mixing fungicides at a low and high risk of resistance development: a modeling analysis.},
  author={Peter H. F. Hobbelen and Neil D Paveley and Frank C Van Den Bosch},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2011},
  volume={101 10},
  pages={1224-33}
}
This study used mathematical modeling to predict whether mixtures of a high-resistance-risk and a low-risk fungicide delay selection for resistance against the high-risk fungicide. We used the winter wheat and Mycosphaerella graminicola host-pathogen system as an example, with a quinone outside inhibitor fungicide as the high-risk and chlorothalonil as the low-risk fungicide. The usefulness of the mixing strategy was measured as the "effective life": the number of seasons that the disease… CONTINUE READING
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