Manzate Max fungicide registered

The Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) recently announced the approval of Manzate Max for use as a fungicide including apples, potatoes and vegetable crops.

 

A news release from UPL AgroSolutions Canada says that Manzate Max is also available for field tomatoes, carrots, celery, onions, grapes, melons, lentils, wheat and others. It provides effective control of early and late blight in potatoes; rust and scab in apples; and many other diseases such as leaf spot, anthracnose, downy mildew, Alternaria leaf spot and more.

 

Manzate Max is a multi-site protectant fungicide (FRAC M3) that prevents pathogenic organisms from adapting and mutating. After 50 years of use, fungal strains have not developed resistance to Manzate, making the product an important component of a disease management program.

 

For more information, contact your local UPL distributor or sales representative. For additional information about Manzate fungicide, click http://www.upi-usa.com/canada/fungicides-ca/

 

Source: UPL AgroSolutions Canada, April 30, 2019 news release

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