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Cuproxat Flowable

Nufarm Americas Inc.
SnapshotID: 62092

Active ingredients

Basic Copper Sulfate

Classification

M1

Fungicide

Registration

EPA:35935-3

Pests

Alternaria DiseasesAnthracnoseBlight, CercosporaBlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightLeaf BlightStem BlightTwig BlightBlotchPurple BlotchCommon BuntBacterial CankerCollar RotColletotrichum DiseasesLeaf CurlDiebackDiebackEarly BlightFoot RotLeaf BlotchLeaf Spot, CercosporaBlack Leaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf SpotLeaf Spot, SeptoriaDowny MildewPowdery MildewGray MoldNeedlecastPhomopsis DiseasesBrown Blossom RotBlack RotBrown RotCrown RotFruit RotSeed RotScabSigatoka, BananaBacterial SpeckBlack SpotBrown SpotFlower SpotLeaf SpotGummy Stem BlightShothole Twig BlightStem BlightBacterial BlastFrogeye Leaf SpotZonate Leaf SpotNeedlecastAngular Leaf SpotPeacock Spot/Leaf SpotBlack PittingFire BlightMelanoseYellow RustBlight/Late BlightBlight/Late BlightLate BlightCane SpotAlgaeEarly BlightShoot BlightGray Leaf MoldBlight, WalnutShotholePink DiseaseIron SpotLeaf SpotBacterial Blight, HaloBacterial Blight, CommonBlack RotBlack PodDead BudPink PittingCoffee Berry DiseaseBacterial BlightLeaf RustStem BlightPseudomonas DiseasePseudomonas DiseaseErwinia DiseaseRaceme BlightBall MossLichenBacterial Leaf SpotSpot BlotchBacterial Leaf SpotBacterial Leaf SpotRed AlgaeShuck and Kernal RotBacterial BlightLeaf SpotRed Leaf SpotBlight, PseudomonasEastern Filbert BlightTwig BlightBud RotBacterial Leaf BlightEntomosporium DiseaseAlgal Leaf SpotLeaf SpotBrown RotBrown SpotCitrus CankerBud RotOlive KnotBacterial Leaf StreakBacterial Soft RotBacterial Leaf SpotPanicle BlightLate BlightBacterial Leaf BlightWater MoldRose BloomBacterial Stem CankerTip BlightBacterial BlightBacterial Leaf SpotNeedle BlightEntomosporium DiseasesFungal Leaf SpotAlgal SpotSpot, SeptoriaLeaf Spot, CercosporaGreasy SpotBacterial SpotBlight, BotrytisBrown SpotLeaf SpotDieback, UprightWater MoldLeaf Spot, CercosporaBacterial BlightBacterial BlightLeaf Spot, AlternariaPod and Stem blightBlossom BlightSeed rotLeaf SpotFoliage Blight, RhizoctoniaTwig Dieback, PhomopsisPod and Stem BlightPowdery MildewDowny MildewBacterial BlotchBeetle, Colorado Potato

Sites

AlfalfaAlmondAppleApricotAtemoyaAvocadoBananaBarleyBean, GreenBean, Dry (All Types)Beet, Greens (Unspecified)Beet, SugarBlackberry (All Types)Blueberry (All Types)BoysenberryBroccoliBrussels SproutsCabbageCantaloupeCarrotCauliflowerCeleriac/Celery RootCeleryCherryChiveFruit, CitrusCoffeeCranberryCucumberCurrantDillEggplantEndive/ChicoryEscaroleFilbertGarlicGinsengGooseberryGrapeMustard GreensGuavaHopsKaleLeekLettuceLoganberryLycheeMacadamia NutMangoMelon, HoneydewMelon, MuskmelonOatOliveOnionPapayaParsleyPassionfruitPeaPeanutPear, DormantPecanPersimmonPistachioPlumPrunePumpkinQuinceRaspberryRiceSoybeanSquashStrawberryTurnip GreensWalnutWatercressWatermelonWheatStarfruitAlmond, DormantApricot, DormantCherry, DormantNectarine, DormantPeach, DormantPlum, DormantPrune, DormantKiwi, DormantBlueberry, DormantTomato, For ProcessingCocoa/CacaoApple, SugarCranberry, Delayed DormantRaspberry, Delayed DormantBeet, TableMarionberryPepper (All Types)Tomato, Fresh MarketPotatoesCollard GreensBrambleSantiamAuroraCascadeChehalemThornless EvergreenArborvitaeAzaleaBegoniaBougainvilleaCamelliaCamphor TreeCannaCarnationCedar, Red/Eastern RedChrysanthemumCotoneasterDahliaDogwoodDracaenaDumb CaneDusty-millerEuonymousFern, BostonFern, HollyFig, Weeping/LaurelFire ThornGardeniaGolden-rain TreeHawthorn, IndianHibiscusRose-of-Sharon /AlthaeaHoneysuckle, TatarianImpatiens /Touch-me-notIrisIvy, EnglishIvy, AlgerianIvy, GrapeIxoraJuniperLantanaLilacLily, EasterLily, PlantainLocust, HoneyLoquatMagnoliaMagnolia, SouthernNephthytisOak, LivePachysandraPalm, European/Mediterranean FanPalm, DatePalm, ParlorPansyPecanGeranium /StorksbillPeonyPeriwinklePhilodendronPhloxPistachioRhododendronRoseSycamoreTulipVerbenaViburnumOsier, PurpleWillow, WeepingAdam's NeedleMulberry, White/WeepingOak, LaurelChinese EvergreenPalm, Washington/FanLocust, HoneyPowderpuffSnapdragonGladiolusTallow Tree, ChineseBay, LoblollyMandevillaPentas, Egyptian StarPalm, QueenSweet BayPothosMulberry, ContortedAraliaCucumberEggplantPepperTomatoElm, DrakeDianthusSpathe flowerSpathe FlowerPhotinia, Red TipUmbrella-treePear, FloweringPhotinia, Red LeafEchinaceaOleander sppFern, BostonArborvitaeAzaleaBegoniaCamelliaCannaCarnationCedar, Red/Eastern RedChrysanthemumIvy, GrapeCotoneasterDahliaDumb CaneDogwoodDracaenaEuonymousFire ThornDusty-millerImpatiens /Touch-me-notIrisIxoraLantanaLilacLily, EasterMagnoliaNephthytisPachysandraPeonyPeriwinklePhloxRhododendronRoseTulipVerbenaViburnumHawthorn, IndianBougainvilleaGeranium /StorksbillPalm, ParlorFig, Weeping/LaurelPansyGardeniaFern, HollyAdam's NeedleGolden-rain TreeLocust, HoneyMagnolia, SouthernOsier, PurplePalm, European/Mediterranean FanRose-of-Sharon /AlthaeaWillow, WeepingLoquatLily, PlantainSnapdragonPowderpuffPistachioPalm, Washington/FanPalm, QueenPalm, DateOak, LaurelCamphor TreeBay, LoblollyMandevillaMulberry, White/WeepingPentas, Egyptian StarTallow Tree, ChineseGladiolusSweet BayAraliaChinese EvergreenPepperTomatoHoneysuckle, TatarianPothosMulberry, ContortedDianthusFern, BostonSpathe FlowerPhotinia, Red TipUmbrella-treePear, FloweringElm, DrakePhotinia, Red LeafEchinaceaCucumberOleander sppLawns /TurfAthletic FieldsCemeteriesGolf CourseLawns/Turf, MunicipalLawns/Turf, PlaygroundsParksLawns/Turf, Industrial AreasSod FarmsPineFirSpruceChristmas Trees, Plantation and NurseryCypress, LeylandJuniperFir, DouglasForest Stand
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Caution
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Long-sleeve shirt, long pants, shoes, socks, and chemical resistant gloves.
Personal Protection
Long-sleeve shirt and long pants Shoes plus socks Chemical-resistant gloves
Restricted Entry Interval
48 hours For Greenhouse use the restricted-entry interval may be reduced to 24 hours provided that the following conditions are met: For at least seven (7) days following the application of copper-containing products in greenhouses: - At least one container or station designed specifically for flushing eyes is available in operating condition with the WPS-required decontamination supplies for workers entering the area treated with copper-containing products. - Workers are informed orally in a manner they can understand: that residues in the treated area may be highly irritating to their eyes, that they should take precautions, such as refraining from rubbing their eyes to keep the residues out of their eyes, that if they do get residues in their eyes, they should immediately flush their eyes with the eye flush container that is located with the decontamination supplies, and how to operate the eye flush container or eye flush station.

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