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Chlorothalonil 720

Drexel Chemical Company
SnapshotID: 64452

Active ingredients

Chlorothalonil

Classification

M5

Fungicide

WSSA mode of action

multi-site contact activity

Registration

EPA:19713-690

Pests

AnthracnoseAnthracnoseAnthracnoseBlack Leaf SpotBlight, BipolarisBlight, AscochytaBrown BlightBlightBlightFlower BlightFlower BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightGlume BlotchLeaf BlotchPurple BlotchBottom RotBrown RotBrown SpotDry BubbleStem CankerCopper SpotDiebackMummyberry DiseaseDollar SpotDollar SpotEarly BlightFruit SpotLate BlightLeaf Blight, HelminthosporiumLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf Spot, CercosporaGray Leaf MoldLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, BotrytisLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, SeptoriaLeaf SpotMelting OutPowdery MildewNeedlecastNeedlecastNeedlecastNeedlecastFusarium PatchPowdery MildewPowdery MildewPowdery MildewRay BlightRed ThreadRustRustHydrangea RustRust, AsparagusBluegrass Stem RustScabSeedling BlightEyespotGray Snow MoldBlack SpotFlower SpotFlower SpotLeaf SpotStem CankerTarget SpotTwig BlightVine Rot, BotrytisFrogeye Leaf SpotLeaf BlightGray Leaf SpotBasal Stalk RotAlgaeLeaf SpotDowny MildewAnthracnoseRustShotholeScabLeaf Spot, SeptoriaRustDowny MildewLeaf Spot, SeptoriaEarly BlightPink RotLeaf BlightLeaf BlightBlight/Leaf BlightLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, CercosporaNeck RotLeaf Spot, CherryBrown PatchGray Leaf SpotTwig BlightLeaf ScorchTan Leaf SpotMelting OutLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotMelting OutMelting OutBrown BlightBrown BlightBrown BlightBrown BlightBrown SpotFruit SpotEastern Filbert BlightLate BlightEarly Leaf SpotLate Leaf SpotBrown Rot Blossom BlightLeaf CurlBrown PatchWeb BlotchAnthracnoseLeaf Spot, AlternariaFruit SpotScabShotholeAnthracnoseSwiss NeedlecastGummy Stem BlightWeb BlightAnthracnoseMelting OutGray Mold/Gray Mold RotBrown PatchBlight, AlternariaLate BlightBlack DotBrown SpotLeaf SpotRustLeaf BlightLeaf Spot, CercosporaPepper SpotRustDieback, UprightRipe RotRust, SoybeanPurple SpotBlightDowny MildewLeaf BlotchBlightLeaf BlightTwig BlightStem End RotDowny MildewAnthracnosePurple Seed StainGray Leaf SpotBlack KnotBlightCanker, ScleroderrisTip BlightLeaf Spot, StrawberryRing spotDollar SpotLeaf Spot, AlternariaBlack MoldBlossom blightLate blight fruit rotPod and stem rotLeaf Spot, DichondraInk spotGray Leaf MoldLeaf mold, BotrytisLeaf Spot, RamulariaStem Spot, RamulariaLeaf Spot, CercosporaLeaf Spot, RamulariaAscochytaTarget SpotCankerLeaf SpotNeedle BlightNeedle BlightWeirs Cushion RustLeaf SpotRustEarly BlightLate BlightVine Rot, BotrytisBlack Dot

Sites

AlmondApricotAsparagusBean, KidneyBean, Lima (All or Unspecified)Bean, MungBean, NavyBean, PintoBean, RunnerBean, SnapBean, Dry (All Types)Chickpea/Garbanzo BeanBlueberry (All Types)BroccoliBroccoli, Chinese/White Flowering/Gai LonBrussels SproutsCabbageCantaloupeCarrotCauliflowerCeleryCherryChrysanthemumCorn, SweetCorn, Sweet, For SeedCowpeaCrabappleCranberryEggplantFigFilbertGarlicGinsengGrass, For SeedHazelnutHorseradishKohlrabiLeekLupinLupin, GrainMangoMelon, HoneydewMintMushroomMelon, MuskmelonCabbage, Chinese Mustard (Gai Choy)NectarineOkraOnionOnion, Bulb/Dry BulbOnion, For SeedPapayaParsnipPassionfruitPea, Black-eyedPea, SouthernPeachPeanutPear, BalsamPepper, SweetPersimmonPimentoPistachioPlumPrunePumpkinRhubarbShallot/EschalotSoybeanSquashStrawberryTomatilloTomatoWalnutWatermelonWaxgourd, Chinese/Chinese Preserving MelonPepinoApple, BalsamSquash, ZucchiniBean, AdzukiBean, PinkBean, LablabBean, MothBean, RiceBean, TeparyOnion, Green BunchingChayote (Unspecified)Cabbage, Chinese, NapaBean, YardlongCatjangBean, BroadPepper, Bell/GreenBittermelonGarlic, For SeedPotatoesPepper, CookingGroundcherryYamJackbeanCavalo BroccoloPepper, ChiliBean, Urd Fern, Shield/Holly/LeatherleafAlmond, FloweringAndromedaAshAspenAzaleaBegoniaCamelliaCarnationChristmas Tree, Plantation and NurseryConifer, Plantation and NurseryCrocusDaffodilDaisyViolet, ArabianDogwoodDracaenaDumb CaneEucalyptusEuonymousFatsiaFern, BostonFern, Florida RuffleFire ThornHollyBuckeye /Horse ChestnutHydrangeaIrisCherry LaurelLaurel, MountainLilyLipstick Plant/VineMagnoliaMarigoldNarcissusOak, RedOregon GrapeOyster PlantPachysandraPalm, ArecaPalm, ParlorPansyAralia, Ming/Parsley PanaxPeperomiaPetuniaPhilodendronPhloxPhotiniaPoinsettiaPrayer PlantPrivetQuince, FloweringRhododendronRoseSequoiaSpireaStaticeSyngoniumTulipViburnumZinniaChinese EvergreenZebra PlantGladiolusConifersCherry, SandHollyhockGeraniumArtemesiaSycamore, PlanetreePlum, FloweringCherry, FloweringHawthornPeach, FloweringGolf Course, RoughsGolf Course, FairwaysGolf Course, GreensGolf Course, TeesSod FarmsPotatoes
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Caution
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material such as nitrile or barrier laminate and protective eyewear.
Personal Protection
Mixers, loaders, applicators and all others who handle this pesticide must wear: Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, chemical-resistant gloves made out of barrier laminate, butyl rubber ≥14 mils, nitrile rubber ≥14 mils, neoprene rubber ≥14 mils, natural rubber ≥14 mils, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride ≥14 mils, viton ≥14 mils and shoes plus socks. For uses in Turf and Ornamentals: Mixers, loaders, applicators and all others who handle this pesticide must wear: Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, chemical-resistant gloves made out of barrier laminate, butyl rubber ≥14 mils, nitrile rubber ≥14 mils, neoprene rubber ≥14 mils, natural rubber ≥14 mils, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride ≥14 mils, viton ≥14 mils, shoes plus socks and wear a minimum of a NIOSH approved particulate filtering facepiece respirator with any N, R or P filter (TC84A); OR another NIOSH approved particulate respirator with any N, R or P filter; OR a NIOSH approved powered air purifying respirator with an HE filter for applicators and handlers in enclosed areas such as a Greenhouse.
Restricted Entry Interval
12 hours

Precautions

May be exposed to direct sunlight

Should not be exposed to flame or sparks

May be stored in a damp place

May be stored in a warm place

May be frozen

Supplemental Labels
  • Control of Diseases on Long Season Varieties of Potato - ND