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    Proline 480 SC

    Bayer CropScience
    SnapshotID: 45809

    Active ingredients




    Barley ScaldBlight, AscochytaBlightSouthern BlightNet BlotchDamping-offFruit Rot/Black MoldSpeckled Leaf BlotchLeaf Spot, SeptoriaPowdery MildewWhite Mold, Sclerotiorum/WiltWhite MoldPowdery MildewRoot RotFruit RotFruit RotFruit RotRustFusiform RustTan SpotGummy Stem BlightSouthern Stem Rot/Bulb and Stem RotSclerotium RotWilt, FusariumWilt, FusariumFrogeye Leaf SpotLimb RotPowdery MildewBlight/Leaf BlightGray Leaf SpotEarly Leaf SpotLate Leaf SpotStem RotStem CankerPowdery MildewAnthracnoseCrown RotLeaf Spot, CercosporaStem CankerNorthern Corn Leaf BlightNorthern Corn Leaf SpotBrown SpotBlotchGlume BlotchGlume BlotchHead Blight, FusariumSpot BlotchLeaf BlotchSpot BlotchRustEyespotPowdery MildewSouthern Corn Leaf BlightLeaf Blight, AnthracnoseFruit RotFruit RotFruit RotFruit Rot, AllantophomopsisFruit Rot, PhyllostictaTwig blightFruit RotBlotch, SeptoriaPowdery MildewTarget SpotRust, Asian SoybeanLeaf RustScab / Head BlightPowdery MildewPowdery MildewAscochyta BlightFoliar BlightLeaf Spot, ValdensiniaStem RotMonilinia BlightBlister Rust, White PineFruit RotFruit RotFruit RotScaldYellow leaf SpotEar RotBlightCanker, PitchSouthern BlightWhite MoldSclerotium RotLimb RotEarly Leaf SpotLate Leaf SpotFusarium DiseasesStem RotStem RotRustNorthern Corn Leaf BlightSouthern Corn Leaf BlightWilt, FusariumLeaf Spot


    BarleyGuar/Guar BeanBean, KidneyBean, MungBean, NavyBean, PintoBean, FieldChickpea/Garbanzo BeanBeet, SugarBlueberry, HighbushBlueberry, LowbushBuckwheatSquash, ButternutCantaloupeMelon, CasabaCorn, FieldCorn, Field, For SeedCorn, PopCottonCowpeaCranberryMelon, CrenshawCucumberElderberryGherkinGooseberryGourd, EdibleHuckleberryLentilLupin, GrainLupin, White SweetMelon, MangomelonMelon, PersianMelon, CitronMelon, HoneydewMelon, MuskmelonOatPeaPea, Black-eyedPea, CrowderPea, FieldPea, PigeonPea, SouthernPeanutPear, BalsamMillet, ProsoPumpkinRyeSoybeanSquash, SummerSquash, WinterTriticaleWatermelonWaxgourd, Chinese/Chinese Preserving MelonWheat, DurumWheat, Spring SeededWheat, WinterMillet, PearlApple, BalsamCucumber, ChineseBean, AdzukiBean, LablabBean, MothBean, RiceBean, TeparyBean, UrdMelon, Santa ClausMelon, Golden PershawMelon, PineappleMelon, SnakeSquash, CrookneckSquash, StraightneckSquash, ScallopSquash, Vegetable MarrowSquash, SpaghettiSquash, HyotanSquash, CucuzzaSquash, HechimaOkra, ChineseLupin, SweetLupin, WhiteCrambeCalabazaMomordicaSquash, AcornSquash, HubbardCatjangLingonberryJuneberrySalalCurrant, BlackRape, For Oil/RapeseedChayote, FruitBittermelonCantaloupe, TrueMelon, HoneyballRapeseed, IndianCurrant, RedAronia BerryCurrant, BuffaloGuava, ChileanBarberry, EuropeanCranberry, HighbushJostaberryCurrant, NativeBuckthorn, SeaHechimaBearberryBilberryCloudberryMustard, FieldSaskatoon, BerryBean, Broad, DryMuntriesSquash, ZucchiniHyotanCucuzzaHoneysuckle, EdibleHardwood NurseryPinePine, LoblollyPine, Longleaf/Southern YellowPine, ShortleafPine, SlashPartridgeberryConifersPeanutCorn, FieldCorn, Field, For SeedCorn, PopSoybeanSoybeanCorn, FieldCorn, Field, For SeedCorn, PopCorn, SweetSpinach, For SeedSwiss Chard, For SeedBeet, Table, For Seed

    Available for use in the following states


    Not available

    Product safety


    Early entry
    Coveralls Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material. Shoes plus socks
    Personal Protection
    Long-sleeved shirt and long pants Chemical resistant gloves made of any waterproof material Shoes plus socks
    Restricted Entry Interval
    12 hours


    May be exposed to direct sunlight

    Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

    Should not be stored in a damp place

    Should not be stored in a warm place

    May be frozen

    Supplemental Labels
    • For the Management of Blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans) in Canola. (KS, MN, MT, ND, OK, SD)
    • Peanut emergence for broad-spectrum disease control (various states)
    • For Suppression of Fusarium and Gibberella Ear Rots on Field Corn, Field Corn Grown for Seed and Popcorn (various states)
    • For Suppression of Sclerotinia Stem Rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) in Soybean (various states)
    • For Suppression of Sclerotinia Stem Rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) in Soybean (NY)
    • For use on Corn (various states)
    • For Suppression of Phoma Leaf Spot and Root Rot (Phoma betae) in Table Beet Grown for Seed and Swiss Chard Grown for Seed