A broad-spectrum fungicide for the control or reduction of a range of stem, leaf and ear diseases in wheat, winter rye and triticale.
Effective Septoria strain management
In addition to controlling existing Septoria infections, spring fungicide programmes should also be designed to minimise the risk of subsequent resistance problems. Prochloraz, a demethylation inhibitor (DMI) fungicide of the imidazole class is a useful tank mix partner as it offers an alternative range of septoria strain cross-resistance
compared to other, more commonly used triazoles and prevents an over-reliance on one single group of azoles.
• Strain management of resistant Septoria
• Different cross-resistance to other commonly used azoles
• Avoid over-reliance on common triazoles
• Effective protection against Eyespot
• T3 microdochium contro
|Crops||Max individual dose (L/ha)||Max number o treatments||Latest time of application|
|Winter and spring wheat, winter rye and winter triticale||1.0||One per crop||Up to and including full flowering, 50% of anthers mature (GS 65)|
For all cropping information download the product label.
T0: Early Septoria protection and start of eyespot programme - 0.5-0.7 L/ha
T1: Main eyespot timing, Septoria strain management - 0.7-1.0 L/ha
Water volume: 150-300L/ha
Spray quality: Medium
LERAP: 5 metres (1m dry ditch)
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