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    • (515) 535-3200
    • 974 Centre Road, US-DE, Wilmington, 19805
    SnapshotID: 41213

    Active ingredients





    WSSA mode of action

    C14-demethylation in sterol biosynthesis




    AnthracnoseBarley ScaldFlower BlightFlower BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightSheath BlightNet BlotchPurple BlotchPineapple Butt RotMummyberry DiseaseFoliar DiseaseLeaf Blight, HelminthosporiumLeaf Spot, CercosporaLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, SeptoriaMelting OutMelting OutPowdery MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewYellow PatchFusarium PatchPink PatchSummer/Poa PatchPowdery MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewRay Blight, ChrysanthemumRed ThreadNecrotic Ring Spot/Spring Dead SpotBrown Rot, FruitRustRustRustScabScabScab, PecanEyespotFalse Loose SmutStripe SmutStripe SmutGray Snow MoldPink Snow MoldLeaf SpotSheath SpotTan SpotSouthern Stem Rot/Bulb and Stem RotTake-all-patch/Spring Dead SpotGray Leaf SpotSpring Dead SpotLeaf SpotPowdery MildewRust, Tranzschelia/PruneLeaf BlightRustPowdery MildewPowdery MildewLiver SpotTip BlightGreasy SpotFoot RotLeaf BlightRustEarly BlightSpring Dead SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, CherryBrown Leaf SpotLeaf SmutBlack Sheath RotStem RotBrown SpotGray Leaf SpotRust, DichondraBlightLeaf Spot and BlightZonate Leaf SpotAnthracnoseDowny SpotGreasy SpotLeaf Spot and BlightEarly Leaf SpotLate Leaf SpotLeaf BlightLeaf BlightBrown Rot Blossom BlightBrown PatchWeb BlotchAnthracnoseKernel SmutAggregate Sheath SpotNarrow Brown Leaf SpotWeb BlightAnthracnoseLeaf ScorchLeaf Spot, CercosporaBarley StripeLate BlightNorthern Corn Leaf BlightNorthern Corn Leaf SpotErgot Stem DiseaseLeaf SpotRustGlume BlotchHead Blight, FusariumRustLeaf BlightBrown Leaf SpotRustRustSpot BlotchEyespotPowdery MildewLeaf Blight, HelminthosporiumSouthern Corn Leaf BlightCottonballLeaf Spot, SeptoriaVein SpotZonate Leaf SpotPowdery MildewLeaf Spot, Alternaria dauciCane SpotLeaf BlightErgotLeaf SpotLeaf RustStem CankerDollar SpotZoysia PatchLeaf Spot, AlternariaBlack spotConifer BlightLeaf BlightLeaf SpotBrown Rot Blossom BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightPineapple DiseaseRustBrown Rot Blossom Blight


    AlmondApple, NonbearingApricotBarleyBeechnutBlackberry (All Types)Blueberry, HighbushBlueberry, LowbushBoysenberryBrazil NutBuckwheatVegetables, BulbCalamondin, NonbearingCardoonCarrotCashewCeleryCeltuceCherry, NonbearingCherry, Sweet/MazzardCherry, Sour/TartChestnutChiveChrysanthemumCitron, CitrusFruit, Citrus, HybridCitron, Citrus, NonbearingCorn (All Types)Corn, FieldCorn, PopCorn, SweetCrabappleCranberryDewberryElderberryFennel, FlorenceGarlicGooseberryGrapefruit, NonbearingCilantroHuckleberryKumquat, NonbearingLeekLemon, NonbearingLime, NonbearingLoganberryMacadamia NutOrange, Mandarin, NonbearingNectarineNectarine, NonbearingHickory NutOatOlallie BerryOnionOnion, Japanese BunchingOnion, Bulb/Dry BulbOnion, GreenParsleyPeachPeach, NonbearingPeanutPecanPecan, NonbearingPeppermintPineapplePlumPlum, DamsonPlum, NonbearingMillet, ProsoPrunePummelo, NonbearingRaspberry, BlackRaspberry, RedRhubarbRiceRice, WildRyeShallot/EschalotShallot, GreenSpearmintStrawberrySugarcaneSwiss ChardTangerine, NonbearingTriticaleWalnutWheatYoungberryButternut (Tree Nut)Onion, SpringTeosinteMillet, PearlPlum, ChickasawCelery, ChinesePlumcotShallot, Dry BulbCorn, For SeedOrange, Satsuma Mandarin, NonbearingOrange, Sour, NonbearingOrange, Sweet, NonbearingChinquapinFruit, Citrus, Hybrid, NonbearingGarlic, Greatheaded/ElephantOnion, WelshChive, ChineseSorghumLingonberryJuneberrySalalCurrant, BlackSugarcane, Seed PiecesBeet, GardenBingleberryLowberryMarionberryOnion, Scallion (All Types)Plum, JapaneseOnion, PotatoOnion, TreeRaspberry, Wild Pear, BartlettCurrant, RedAronia BerryCurrant, BuffaloGuava, ChileanBarberry, EuropeanCranberry, HighbushHoneysuckleJostaberryCurrant, NativeBuckthorn, SeaHosta, ElegansLeek, LadysLeek, WildOnion, Beltsville BunchingOnion, MacrostemDaylily BulbOnion, PearlSerpent Garlic BulbLily BulbBearberryBilberryCloudberryPartridgeberryOnion, ChineseFritillaria, BulbBlueberry, Lowbush MuntriesTangerine/MandarinSeedlingsAmelanchierAzaleaCamelliaCarnationCotoneasterCrape MyrtleDelphiniumDichondraDogwoodElmEuonymousFir, DouglasHollyImpatiens /Touch-me-notIrisIvy, EnglishJuniperLilacLindenMagnoliaMapleMarigoldMyrtle, WaxOakPhloxPinePoplarRhododendronRoseSweet WilliamSycamoreTulipTulip Tree, AmericanZinniaGomphrenaSnapdragonBayberrySweetgumPyracanthaMyrtle, WaxFir, ShastaPhotinia, Red TipRhaphiolepsisCalendulaHawthornMonardaSodLawns /TurfGrass/Turf, Seed ProductionGrass/Turf, Cool Season

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    Product safety


    Early entry
    Wear goggles or face shield, Coveralls, Shoes and socks, and Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material.
    Personal Protection
    All handlers must wear: Wear goggles or face shield, Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Shoes and socks, and Chemical-resistant gloves. In addition, all handlers (mixers, loaders, and applicators, or individuals performing one or more of these tasks), who are applying this pesticide using hand-held equipment must wear: Wear goggles or face shield, Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Shoes and socks, and Chemical-resistant gloves. All handlers using propiconazole as a seed piece treatment must wear: Wear goggles or face shield, Chemical-resistant gloves and Chemical-resistant apron.
    Restricted Entry Interval
    12 hours Exception: If the product is soil-injected or soil-incorporated, the Worker Protection Standard, under certain circumstances, allows workers to enter the treated area if there will be no contact with anything that has been treated.


    May be exposed to direct sunlight

    Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

    Should not be stored in a damp place

    May be stored in a warm place

    May be frozen