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Fungicide application template

I have updated my fungicide application template that I have been using for my fungicide guides. If you are interested in, it can be downloaded from this link. (will open a new Google Doc page) Many thanks to Mr. Bob Romsey who shared the original template to me!

NOTE (8 march 2017): It says it is "View Only", but you can download the file. If you select "File" from the top menu of Google Drive, you will see "Download As" submenu which has several options for the file type. (I should have mentioned it when I posted. Sorry!)

Please note that this is just a template. Your program will differ based on what you see in your vineyard(s). Please use it with VCE's Pest Management guide (linked under "Resouces"). I have been migrating my fungicide guide to an online database, but it won't come alive until late this year or 2018, thus, refer to either the PMG or Southeastern IPM guides (also linked under "Resources") for your reference for more detailed information on grape disease management.

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  1. Mizuho
    Can you change the settings so that this document can be copied? Currently it is view only.
    Thanks! Jake Busching

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  2. Hi Jake, You should be able to download the file from "File" > "Save As..." If that does not work, I will post it as an Excel file.

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    1. Actually, it would be "File" > "Download As..." (I will make change in the original post too.

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