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SnapshotID: 44820

Active ingredients

ChlorothalonilThiophanate-methyl

Classification

M5

Fungicide

WSSA mode of action

multi-site contact activity

Classification

1

Fungicide

WSSA mode of action

ß-tubuline assembly in mitosis

Registration

EPA:1001-72

Pests

Crown RotBlack Leaf SpotBlightFlower BlightFlower BlightFlower BlightBlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightTwig BlightBrown RotBrown SpotCopper SpotDollar SpotDollar SpotLeaf BlightLeaf BlisterLeaf Spot, CercosporaLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, BotrytisLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, SeptoriaLeaf SpotMelting OutMelting OutDowny MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewSwiss NeedlecastNeedlecastNeedlecastNeedlecastNeedlecastPowdery MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewRay BlightRed ThreadCrown RotCrown RotCrown RotStem RotStem RotStem RotStem RotRustRustRustBluegrass Stem RustScabSeedling BlightGray Snow MoldPink Snow MoldBlack Spot, RoseFlower SpotFlower SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotStem CankerTip BlightTip BlightTwig BlightGray Leaf SpotLeaf SpotTwig BlightCrown RotCrown RotCrown RotStem RotStem RotStem RotLeaf SpotBrown PatchGray Leaf SpotAlgal ScumTwig BlightLeaf ScorchTan Leaf SpotMelting OutShothole Leaf SpotTip Blight, DiplodiaLeaf Spot and BlightStem Rot, Bipolaris (Helminthosporium)Crown Rot, Bipolaris (Helminthosporium)Brown PatchLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf SpotLeaf BlightLeaf SpotLeaf BlightLeaf SpotWeb BlightAnthracnoseBrown PatchDead Spot, BentgrassAerial BlightLeaf BlotchLeaf BlisterCanker, ScleroderrisLeaf Blight, AnthracnoseAscochyta BlightDollar SpotLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, AlternariaBlossom blightBlossom blight, RhizopusLeaf Spot, CercosporidiumInk spotLeaf Spot, AnthracnoseLeaf SpotLeaf SpotPatch, FusariumCyanobacteria

Sites

Fern, Shield/Holly/LeatherleafAluminum PlantAndromedaAralia, FalseAshAspenAsterAzaleaBaby's-breathBegoniaBleeding-heartBougainvilleaCaladiumCamelliaCarnationCherryCrabappleCrocusDaffodilChrysanthemum, DaisyViolet, ArabianDogwoodDracaenaDumb CaneViolet, FlameEucalyptusEuonymousFatsiaFern, Bird's-nestFern, LeatherFire ThornPassion Vine, Purple/Velvet PlantHawthorn, CrataegusHollyHollyhock, CommonBuckeye /Horse ChestnutWax Vine/PlantHydrangeaImpatiens /Touch-me-notIrisJade Plant/TreeCherry LaurelLilacLilyMagnoliaMapleMarigoldSansevieriaNarcissusOakOregon GrapePachysandraPalmPlum, NatalPansyAralia, Ming/Parsley PanaxPeachGeranium /StorksbillPeperomiaPetuniaPhilodendronPhloxPhotiniaPiggyback PlantPine, Norfolk IslandPlumPoinsettiaPoplarPrayer PlantPrivetRhododendronRoseCactus, ChristmasSequoiaSpireaStaticeSyngoniumTi PlantTulipVenus's-fly-trapViburnumWalnutYuccaZinniaAlmondChinese EvergreenZebra PlantCrotonGladiolusSilver-nerveFern, Florida RuffleDaisy, GerberaQuincePeacock PlantConifersCherry, SandChrysanthemum, DendranthemaFicusArtemisiaSycamore, PlanetreeAechmeaPothosLaurel, MountainFern, StaghornAsterAzaleaBaby's-breathBegoniaCaladiumCamelliaCarnationCherryCrabappleDaffodilDumb CaneDogwoodDracaenaEuonymousFatsiaFire ThornHawthorn, CrataegusHollyHollyhock, CommonBuckeye /Horse ChestnutWax Vine/PlantHydrangeaImpatiens /Touch-me-notIrisCherry LaurelLilacLilyMagnoliaOregon GrapeMaplePrayer PlantMarigoldNarcissusOakPachysandraPalmPeachPeperomiaPetuniaPhilodendronPhloxPhotiniaAndromedaPine, Norfolk IslandPlumPoinsettiaPoplarPrivetRhododendronRoseSansevieriaCactus, ChristmasSpireaStaticeSyngoniumTulipVenus's-fly-trapViburnumWalnutZinniaBougainvilleaAlmondAralia, FalseGeranium /StorksbillPassion Vine, Purple/Velvet PlantZebra PlantAluminum PlantPansyFern, Shield/Holly/LeatherleafConifersAshSequoiaAspenEucalyptusViolet, ArabianCrocusAralia, Ming/Parsley PanaxFern, Bird's-nestPlum, NatalCrotonTi PlantJade Plant/TreeViolet, FlamePiggyback PlantBleeding-heartYuccaSilver-nerveGladiolusChrysanthemum, DaisyFern, Florida RuffleChinese EvergreenPeacock PlantDaisy, GerberaArtemisiaSycamore, PlanetreeAechmeaCherry, SandFicusPothosQuinceMapleAsterAzaleaBaby's-breathBegoniaCaladiumCamelliaCarnationCherryCrabappleDaffodilDumb CaneDogwoodDracaenaEuonymousFatsiaHawthorn, CrataegusHollyWax Vine/PlantHydrangeaImpatiens /Touch-me-notIrisLilacLilyMagnoliaOregon GrapePrayer PlantMarigoldNarcissusOakPachysandraPalmPeperomiaPetuniaPhilodendronPhloxPhotiniaAndromedaPine, Norfolk IslandPoinsettiaPoplarPrivetFire ThornRhododendronRoseSansevieriaSpireaStaticeSyngoniumTulipViburnumZinniaBougainvilleaAralia, FalseGeranium /StorksbillPassion Vine, Purple/Velvet PlantZebra PlantAluminum PlantPansyConifersFern, Bird's-nestCrotonJade Plant/TreeYuccaSilver-nerveGladiolusFern, Florida RuffleChinese EvergreenEucalyptusFern, Shield/Holly/LeatherleafPiggyback PlantAlmondAspenCherry LaurelBleeding-heartCrocusCactus, ChristmasAralia, Ming/Parsley PanaxTi PlantVenus's-fly-trapPeacock PlantViolet, ArabianAshBuckeye /Horse ChestnutPeachHollyhock, CommonPlumWalnutArtemisiaFicusBentgrassBermudagrassBluegrassFescueRyegrassSt. AugustinegrassZoysiagrassAthletic FieldsCemeteriesGolf Course, ApronsGolf Course, FairwaysGolf Course, GreensGolf Course, TeesLawns/Turf, RecreationalLawns/Turf, Commercial/Public AreasParks
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Danger
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls, chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material, shoes with socks, and protective eye wear.
Personal Protection
WPS USES: Mixers, Loaders, Applicators and all other handlers who handle this pesticide for any use covered by the Worker Protection Standard (40 CFR Part 170), must wear : Long sleeved shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks, and Protective eye wear In addition, chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material must be worn by: Mixers/loaders, Other handlers exposed to concentrate, Cleaners/repairers of equipment, Applicators using airblast equipment for golf course applications, And applicators using handheld equipment. Some materials that are chemical-resistant to the product are listed below: barrier laminate, butyl rubber =14 mils, nitrile rubber =14 mils, neoprene rubber =14 mils, natural rubber =14 mils, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) =14 mils, or Viton =14 mils. If you want more options, follow the instructions for Category A on an EPA chemical resistance category selection chart. In addition,a dust/mist filtering respirator (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-21C), or a NIOSH approved respirator with any N, R, P, or HE filter) must be worn by applicators and other handlers in enclosed areas, such as a greenhouse. NON-WPS USES: Applicators and other handlers who handle this pesticide for any use not covered by the Worker Protection Standard (40 CFR Part 170), must wear: Long sleeved shirt and long pants Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material Shoes plus socks Protective eye wear
Restricted Entry Interval
12 hours

Precautions

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