Barley – Scald and Net blotch

Crop(s):          Barley

Disease(s):     Scald and Net blotch

Resistance Management Strategy for:

Group 3               Demethylation Inhibitors (DMI);
Group 7               Succinate dehydrogenase (SDHI);
Group 7 + 3        SDHI + DMI;
Group 11 + 3      Quinone outside Inhibitor (QoI) + DMI;
Group 11 + 4      QoI + phenylamide; and
Group 11+7+3   QoI + SDHI + DMI

  1. Fungicides should be used as protectant treatments – where there is no more than 5% leaf area infection evident anywhere in the canopy. In high risk disease environments, integrated management approaches should be used to reduce fungicide resistance risk, which may include:
    1. removal of stubble,
    2. crop rotation (avoid barley on barley),
    3. control of green bridge volunteers; and
    4. the use of tolerant and resistant varieties.
  2. DO NOT apply more than one application of a Group 7 seed treatment with foliar activity in any two consecutive growing seasons.
  3. DO NOT apply more than two applications per growing season of Group 11 or 7 containing products. This includes foliar sprays as well as in-furrow or seed treatments that have activity on foliar diseases. Combinations of in-furrow and seed treatment are counted as one application.
  4. DO NOT apply consecutive applications of Group 11 containing products. This includes in-furrow i.e. if a Group 11 + 4 or 11+7+3 fungicide has been used in-furrow at planting, the first foliar fungicide spray must not contain a Group 11 fungicide
  5. If a Group 7 seed treatment has been used with foliar activity (as determined by label claims), the first foliar fungicide applied should not contain a Group 7 fungicide.
  6. If a Group 7 fungicide is being applied as a foliar spray, it must be in a coformulation or in mixture with a registered mixing partner with a different mode of action, with no known resistance.
  7. DO NOT apply more than three applications containing Group 3 fungicides per growing season. This total of three applications includes DMIs applied as Group 11 + 3 or Group 11+7+3 co-formulations and in-furrow or seed treatments that have activity on foliar diseases. Combinations of in‑furrow and seed treatments are counted as one application.
  8. Minimise use of Group 3 fungicides which are known to have compromised resistance status.

NET BLOTCH ON YORKE PENINSULA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • Minimise use of Group 7 fungicides with foliar activity where resistance has been confirmed.
  • Minimise the use of Group 7 fungicides (seed treatments and foliar sprays) to high-risk crop varieties.
  • Group 7 fungicides should not comprise more than 50% of the total number of fungicide applications targeting this disease, which includes seed treatments with foliar activity and foliar sprays per season.

URL: https://croplife.org.au/resources/programs/resistance-management/barley-scald-and-net-blotch-2/
Content last updated: June 10, 2020

CropLife Australia’s Resistance Management Strategies provide a guide for crop protection product rotation through product groups. The strategies are a useful tool that supports farmers’ adoption of resistance management. All crop protection products must be handled and applied strictly as specified on the product label or APVMA permits.

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The information given in this strategy is provided in good faith and without any liability for loss or damage suffered as a result of its application and use. Advice given in this strategy is valid as at 10 June 2020. All previous versions of this strategy are now invalid.