Two new grape fungicides for 2017

Engage Agro Corporation has announced the release of two new products to serve horticultural producers across Canada.
    

Property 300 SC fungicide is a suspension concentrate fungicide that offers superior protection against powdery mildew in grapes, cucumbers, pumpkin, squash and melons.
    

Pyriofenone, the active ingredient in Property, is the newest generation chemical found in the FRAC U8 group. It demonstrates extremely fast translaminar activity that is complemented by a “vapour effect” which is stronger and longer lasting than that of other chemistries found in the same group.
    

Property is the only group U8 fungicide that can be applied up to the day of harvest on grapes.
    

Cosavet DF is a dry flowable sulphur fungicide that prevents powdery mildew and controls erinium mite of grape. Its patented formulation ensures a low dust, easy to mix product that helps to minimize the risk of scorching. Cosavet DF also controls a wide variety of diseases in tree fruit, Saskatooon berries, cucumbers and peas.
    

Variations in particle size ensure immediate, mid-term and residual activity through contact and vapour action to protect against target fungi.

 

For more information contact Engage Agro at info@engageagro.com or engageagro.com

Publish date: 
Thursday, January 26, 2017

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