What are the different groups of fungicide?
In general, the first few groups are active on Botrytis and similar fungi (Groups 1, 2, 12, 9, 17 and 7). The next few groups are active on oomycetes (groups 4, P7, 40, 49, 22, 27, 28 and 43). Groups 3, 5, 11, U6, 50 and 13 are active on powdery mildews and many other fungi.
What is Triadimenol used for?
Triadimefon is used to control various fungal diseases in fruit (pineapple) and non-food use sites such as: pine seedlings, Christmas trees, residential (sod farm) and commercial turf, ornamentals, and landscapes. Triadimenol is used as a seed treatment on: barley, corn, cotton, oats, rye, sorghum, and wheat.
What group is Pyraclostrobin?
FRAC group 11
The strobilurin, or QoI fungicides (FRAC group 11) are extremely useful in controlling a broad spectrum of common vegetable pathogens. You may know some of strobilurins as azoxystrobin (Quadris), trifloxystrobin (Flint), pyraclostrobin (Cabrio), or Pristine (pyraclostrobin + boscalid, 11 + 7).
What fungicide group is iprodione?
Dicarboximides. The broad-spectrum dicarboximide fungicides, including procymidone, iprodione, and vinclozolin, were commonly used to control Botrytis on vines, fruits, and vegetables in the 1980s.
What are Group 7 fungicides?
Examples of FRAC group 7 fungicides used to control important vegetable diseases include: flutolanil ( year introduced,1986), boscalid (2003), penthiopyrad (2008), fluxapyroxad (2011), fluopyram (2013), and pydiflumetofen (2016).
What is a Group 4 fungicide?
The phenylamide fungicides (FRAC group 4) are a highly active class of fungicides that target oomycete pathogens such Phytophthora and Pythium spp.
What is Bayleton fungicide?
Bayleton FLO is a systemic (acropetal penetrant) fungicide that is absorbed by the shoots and roots. Its broad-spectrum activity and residual control make it easy to control most turf diseases. A liquid formulation allows for flexible measuring when a particular amount of product is needed.
What is Thiophanate methyl used for?
Thiophanate methyl, under the trade names Fungo, Topsin M, Domain, Cavalier, Halt, etc., is a broad-spectrum preventive and curative fungicide for use on turf and as a foliar spray to control powdery and downy mildews, Botrytis diseases, numerous leaf and fruit spots, scabs, and rots.
What is a Group 7 fungicide?
All fungicides in FRAC group 7 inhibit complex II of the fungal mitochondrial respiration by binding and blocking SDH-mediated electron transfer from succinate to ubiquinone. The SDHI fungicides work much like the FRAC group 11 fungicides, just at a different site in mitochondrial respiration.
What is Group 3 fungicide?
DMI fungicides (Group 3) are a natural rotation partner with strobilurin fungicides (Group 11) for many foliar diseases, especially powdery mildews and rusts. DMI fungicides offer unique application opportunities with chemigation (Eagle, Hoist and Terraguard), total release (Fungaflor TR) and drenching (Terraguard).
What is a group 4 fungicide?
What are group M fungicides?
Group M fungicides have a multi-site mode of action, which means the resistance potential is very low. Therefore, it is ok to use these fungicides season long. However, this group has NO activity on powdery mildew.