Fungicide Activity Group Table

Fungicide Activity Group Table

FRAC CodeFungicide Mode of Action GroupChemical Family Active ConstituentTrade Name*
Product Name
1Methyl
Benzimidazole Carbamates
Benzimidazolecarbendazimvarious
thiabendazolevarious, e.g. Tecto®
Thiophanatesthiophanate-methylvarious e.g. Banrot®
2DicarboximideDicarboximideiprodionevarious e.g. Rovral®
procymidonevarious e.g. Sumisclex®
3DMIImidazoleimazalilvarious e.g. Fungaflor®
prochlorazvarious e.g. Octave®
Piperazinetriforinevarious e.g. Saprol®
PyrimidinefenarimolRubigan®
TriazolebitertanolBaycor®
cyproconazoleAlto®
difenoconazolevarious e.g. Score®
epoxiconazolevarious e.g. Opus®
fenbuconazoleIndar®
fluquinconazolevarious e.g. Jockey®
flusilazolevarious e.g. Nustar®
flutriafolvarious e.g. Armour®
hexaconazolevarious
ipconazoleRancona®
myclobutanilvarious e.g. Systhane®
penconazoleTopas®
propiconazolevarious e.g. Tilt®
prothioconazoleBrumby®, Prosaro®
tebuconazolevarious e.g. Raxil®, Folicur®
tetraconazoleDomark®
triadimefonvarious e.g. Bayleton®
triadimenolvarious e.g. Bayfidan®, Baytan®
triticonazolevarious e.g. Premis®
4PhenylamideAcylalaninebenalaxyl (+ mancozeb)Galben®M
furalaxylFongarid®
metalaxylvarious e.g. Ridomil®, Apron®
metalaxyl-m various e.g. Ridomil® Gold, Apron XL®
Oxazolidinoneoxadixyl (+ propineb)Rebound®
5Amines (Morpholines)SpiroketalaminespiroxamineProsper®
7SDHI (Succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors)n-methoxy-(phenyl-ethyl)-pyrazole-carbox amidePydiflumetofenMiravis®
Oxathiin
carboxamides
carboxinvarious e.g. Vitavax®,
Phenyl benzamidesflutolanilMonstar®
Pyridine carboxamidesboscalidFilan®
Pyrazole carboxamidepenthiopyradFontelis®
sedaxaneVibrance®
penflufenEverGol® Prime
fluxapyroxadSystiva®
bixafenAviator®
isopyrazamSeguris®
Pyridinyl-ethyl-benzamidesfluopyramLuna® Privilege, Luna® Sensation
8Hydroxy-(2 amino-) pyrimidineHydroxy-(2-amino-) pyrimidinebupirimateNimrod®
9AnilinopyrimidineAnilinopyrimidinecyprodinilChorus®
pyrimethanilvarious e.g. Scala®
11Quinone outside Inhibitors (QoIsMethoxy acrylateazoxystrobinvarious e.g. Amistar®, Dynasty®
Oximino acetateskresoxim-methylStroby®
trifloxystrobinFlint®
Methoxy carbamatepyraclostrobinCabrio®
Methoxy-acetamideMandestrobinIntuity®
12PhenylpyrrolesPhenylpyrrolesfludioxonilMaxim®
13aza-napthalenesQuinolinesquinoxyfenLegend®
proquinozidTalendo®
14(Aromatic
Hydrocarbons)
(chlorophenyls,
nitroanilines)
Aromatic hydrocarbonsquintozenevarious e.g. Terraclor®
tolclofos-methylvarious e.g Rizolex®
Heteroaromatics1,2,4-thiadiazoleetridiazoleTerrazole®
17HydroxyanilideHydroxyanilidefenhexamidTeldor®
Amino-pyrazolinonefenpyrazamineProlectus®
20PhenylureasPhenylureaspencycuronMonceren®
21QilCyano-imidazolecyazofamidRanMan®
Sulfamoyl-triazoleamisulbromAmicus blue®
28CarbamateCarbamateiodocarbvarious
propamocarbPrevicur®
29Unspecified2,6-dinitro-anilinesfluazinamvarious e.g. Shirlan®
33PhosphonatesEthyl phosphonatefosetyl-aluminiumAliette®
phosphorous acidvarious e.g. Foli-R-Fos®
40Carboxylic acid amidesCinnamic acid derivativedimethomorphAcrobat®
Malic acidmandipropamidRevus®
43BenzamidesPyridinylmethyl-benzamidesfluopicolideIfinito®
44Microbial (Bacillus sp.)Bacillus sp. and the fungicidal lipopeptides producedBacillus subtilis syn. B.amyloliquefaciens* strain QST 713*synonyms for Bacillus amyloliquefaciens are Bacillus subtilis and B. subtilis var. amyloliquefaciens (previous taxonomic classification)
Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain MBI600*synonyms for Bacillus amyloliquefaciens are Bacillus subtilis and B. subtilis var. amyloliquefaciens (previous taxonomic classification)

45QxITriazolo-pyrimidylamineametoctradinZampro®
46Plant extractTerpene hydrocarbons, terpene alcohols and terpene phenolsTea tree oilTimorex® Gold
49OSBPI oxysterol binding protein homologue inhibitionpiperidinyl-thiazole-isoxazolinesoxathiapiprolinZorvec® Enicade®
MMulti-site
activity
Inorganicchlorine dioxideVibrex®
hydrogen peroxide
+ peroxyacetic acid
Peratec®
iodinevarious
mercuryShirtan®
sodium metabisulphiteOsku-vid®
Hydroxyquinoline8-hydroxyquinoline Staehler Grafting Wax
M1Multi-site
activity
Inorganiccopper cuprous oxidevarious
copper hydroxidevarious e.g. Kocide®
copper oxychloridevarious e.g. Oxydul®
copper ammonium acetateLiquicop®
tribasic copper sulphateTri-base Blue®
copper octanoateTricop®
M2Multi-site
activity
Inorganicsulphurvarious e.g. Thiovit,®Kumulus®
potassium bicarbonateEcocarb®
calcium polysulfideMiller Lime Sulfur Solution Fungicide Insecticide®
M3Multi-site
activity
Dithiocarbamatemancozebvarious e.g. Dithane®
metiramPolyram®
thiramvarious e.g. Thiram
propinebvarious e.g. Antracol®
zinebZineb
ziramvarious e.g. Ziram
M4Multi-site
activity
Phthalimidecaptanvarious e.g. Captan
M5Multi-site
activity
Chloronitrileschlorothalonilvarious e.g. Bravo®
M6Multi-site
activity
SulfamidetolylfluanidEuparen Multi®
M7Multi-site
activity
Guanidineguazatinevarious e.g. Panoctine®
M9Multi-site
activity
Quinone (anthraquinone)dithianonvarious e.g. Delan®
U1UnknownPotassium salts of fatty acids potassium salts of fatty acidsEcoProtector®
U6UnknownPhenyl-acetamidecyflufenamidFlute®
U8Actin disruptionBenzophenonemetrafenoneVivando®
BenzoylpyridinePyriofenoneKusabi®
U12Cell Membrane Disruption (proposed)GuanidinedodineSyllit®
  • The table does not include active constituents that have not yet been assigned an activity group by CropLife Australia
  • Products with the same active constituent but different use patterns are also included in the table for example, seed treatments and foliar.
  • New active constituents and products can only be included in the activity group table once they are formally registered by the APVMA for commercial use.
  • Some products are mixtures of fungicides from different activity groups. These appear only once in the table.
  • If multiple trade names exist, the trade name entry is listed as various and the first registered trade name included.

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Content last updated: June 22, 2018

CropLife Australia’s Resistance Management Strategies provide a guide for crop protection product rotation through product groups. The strategies are a useful tool that supports farmers’ adoption of resistance management. All crop protection products must be handled and applied strictly as specified on the product label or APVMA permits.

These Resistance Management Strategies do not replace product labels. They are a guide only and do not endorse particular products, groups of products or cultural methods in terms of their performance. It is important to check with the Australian regulator’s (APVMA) product database for contemporary information on products and active constituents. The database can be sourced through www.apvma.gov.au

The information given in this strategy is provided in good faith and without any liability for loss or damage suffered as a result of its application and use. Advice given in this strategy is valid as at 22 June 2018. All previous versions of this strategy are now invalid.