Fungicide Activity Group Table

Fungicide Activity Group Table

FRAC Code Fungicide Mode of Action Group Chemical Family Active Constituent Trade Name (Product Name)
1 MBC – fungicides (methyl benzimidazole carbamates) benzimidazoles carbendazim various
thiabendazole Various e.g. Tecto®
thiophanates thiophanate-methyl various e.g. Banrot®
2 Dicarboximide dicarboximides iprodione various e.g. Rovral®
procymidone various e.g. Sumisclex®
3 DMI – fungicides (demethylation inhibitors)

(SBI: Class 1)

imidazoles imazalil various e.g. Fungaflor
prochloraz various e.g. Octave®
piperazine

 

 

 

 

triforine various e.g. Saprol®
triazoles bitertanol various e.g. Baycor®
cyproconazole various e.g. Alto®
difenoconazole various e.g. Score®
epoxiconazole various e.g. Opus®
 
fluquinconazole various e.g. Jockey®
flusilazole various e.g. Nustar®
flutriafol various e.g. Armour®
hexaconazole various
ipconazole Rancona®
mefentrifluconazole Belanty®
myclobutanil various e.g. Systhane®
penconazole various e.g. Topas®
propiconazole various e.g. Tilt®
tebuconazole various e.g. Folicur®, Raxil®
tetraconazole Domark®
triadimefon various e.g. Bayleton®
triadimenol various e.g. Bayfidan®, Baytan®
triticonazole various e.g. Premis®
  triazolinthiones prothioconazole various e.g. Prosaro®
4 PA – fungicides (phenylamides) acylalanines benalaxyl (+ mancozeb) Galben®M
furalaxyl various e.g. Fongarid®
metalaxyl various e.g. Apron®, Ridomil®
metalaxyl-M (=mefenoxam) various e.g. Ridomil® Gold, Apron XL®
oxazolidinone oxadixyl (+propineb) Rebound®
5 Amines (“morpholines”)
(SBI: Class II)
spiroketalamine spiroxamine various e.g. Prosper®
7 SDHI (succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors) n-methoxy-(phenyl- ethyl)-pyrazole-carbox amide pydiflumetofen Miravis®, Saltro®
oxathiin carboxamides carboxin various e.g. Vitavax®,
oxycarboxin Plantvax®
phenyl benzamides flutolanil Monstar®, Moncut®
pyridine carboxamides boscalid various e.g. Filan®
pyrazole -4-carboxamide bixafen Aviator® Xpro®
benzovindiflupyr Elatus®
fluxapyroxad Merivon®, Sercadis®, Systiva®
isopyrazam Seguris®
penflufen EverGol® Prime
penthiopyrad Fontelis®
sedaxane Vibrance®
Phenyl-oxo-ethyl thiophene amide isofetamid Kenja®
pyridinyl-ethyl- benzamides fluopyram Ilevo®, Luna®
8 Hydroxy-(2-amino-) pyrimidine hydroxy-(2-amino-) pyrimidine bupirimate Nimrod®
9 AP – fungicides (anilinopyrimidines) anilinopyrimidine cyprodinil various e.g. Chorus®
pyrimethanil various e.g. Scala®
11 QoI – fungicides (quinone outside Inhibitors) methoxy acrylate azoxystrobin various e.g. Amistar®, Dynasty®
oximino acetates kresoxim-methyl various e.g. Stroby®
trifloxystrobin various e.g. Flint®
methoxy carbamate pyraclostrobin various e.g. Cabrio®
methoxy-acetamide mandestrobin Intuity®
12 PP – fungicides (Phenylpyrroles) phenylpyrroles fludioxonil various e.g. Maxim®
13 Aza-naphthalenes aryloxyquinolines quinoxyfen Legend®
quinazolinone proquinazid Talendo®
14 AH – fungicides
(aromatic hydrocarbons) (chlorophenyls, nitroanilines)
aromatic hydrocarbons quintozene (PCNP) various e.g. Terraclor®
tolclofos-methyl various e.g Rizolex®
Heteroaromatics 1,2,4-thiadiazole etridiazole various e.g. Terrazole®
17 KRI – fungicides (keto reductase inhibitors)
(SBI: Class III)
hydroxyanilide fenhexamid various e.g. Teldor®
amino-pyrazolinone fenpyrazamine Prolectus®
19 Polyoxins Peptidyl pyrimidine nucleoside Polyoxin D Intervene ®
20 Phenylureas phenylureas pencycuron Monceren®
21 Qil – fungicides (quinone inside inhibitors) cyano-imidazole cyazofamid RanMan®
sulfamoyl-triazole amisulbrom Amicus blue®
28 Carbamates carbamate iodocarb various
propamocarb various e.g. Previcur®
29 Uncouplers of oxidative phosphorylation 2,6-dinitro-anilines fluazinam various e.g. Shirlan®
 
40 CAA – fungicides (carboxylic acid amides) cinnamic acid amides dimethomorph various e.g. Acrobat®
malic acid amides mandipropamid Revus®
43 Benzamides pyridinylmethyl- benzamides fluopicolide Infinito®
45 QoSI – fungicides (quinone outside inhibitor, stigmatellin binding type) triazolo-pyrimidylamine ametoctradin Zampro®
46 Plant extract terpene hydrocarbons, terpene alcohols and terpene phenols Extract from Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) plant oils (mixtures): eugenol, geraniol, thymol Timorex® Gold: Novellus Fungicide®
49 OSBPI oxysterol binding protein homologue

inhibition

piperidinyl-thiazole- isoxazolines oxathiapiprolin Orondis®, Zorvec® Enicade®
50 Actin disruption aryl-phenyl-ketones benzophenone metrafenone Vivando®
benzoylpyridine pyriofenone Kusabi®
M Multi-site activity inorganic chlorine dioxide Vibrex®
hydrogen peroxide

+ peroxyacetic acid

various e.g. Peratec®
iodine various
mercury Shirtan®
sodium metabisulphite Osku-vid®
hydroxyquinoline 8-hydroxyquinoline Staehler Grafting Wax
M1 Multi-site activity inorganic (electrophiles) inorganic copper cuprous oxide various
copper hydroxide various e.g. Kocide®
copper oxychloride various e.g. Oxydul®
copper ammonium acetate various e.g. Liquicop®
tribasic copper sulphate various e.g. Tri-base Blue®
copper octanoate Tricop®
M2 Multi-site activity inorganic (electrophiles) inorganic sulphur various e.g. Thiovit®, Kumulus®
potassium bicarbonate various e.g. Ecocarb®
calcium polysulfide Miller Lime Sulfur Solution Fungicide Insecticide®
M3 Multi-site activity dithiocarbamate and relatives (electrophiles)

 

dithiocarbamate and relatives mancozeb various e.g. Dithane® Rainshield® Neo Tec® Fungicide®
metiram Polyram®
thiram various e.g. Thiram®
propineb various e.g. Antracol®
zineb Zineb®
ziram various e.g. Ziram®
M4 Multi-site activity phthalimides (electrophiles) phthalimide captan various e.g. Captan®
M5 Multi-site activity chloronitriles (phthalonitriles) (unspecified mechanism) chloronitriles (phthalonitriles) chlorothalonil various e.g. Bravo®
M6 Multi-site activity sulfamides (electrophiles) sulfamide tolylfluanid Euparen Multi®
M7 Multi-site activity bis-guanidine (membrane disruptors, detergents) bis-guanidine guazatine various e.g. Panoctine®
M9 Multi-site activity quinones (anthraquinones) (electrophiles) quinone (anthraquinone) dithianon various e.g. Delan®
BM01 Multi-site activity plant extract polypeptide (lectin) extract from the cotyledons of lupine plantlets (“BLAD”) ProBlad Plus fungicide®
BM02 Multi-site activity microbial (living microbes or extract, metabolites)

 

streptomyces sp. Streptomyces lydicus strain WYEC108 Actinovate®
Bacillus spp.

 

B.acillus amyloliquefaciens* strain QST 713

*synonyms for Bacillus amyloliquefaciens are Bacillus subtilis and B. subtilis var. amyloliquefaciens (previous taxonomic classification)

 

Serenade®

 

B.acillus amyloliquefaciens*

strain MBI600

Serifel®

 

Trichoderma spp. Trichoderma harzianum strain AG1, AG2, AG3, AG5, AG8, AG11 & AG15 VineVax®
Trichoderma harzianum rifae isolate T-39 Trichodex® Bio-Fungicide
P01 Benzothiadiazole Benzothiadiazole Acibenzolar-S-methyl Bion®
P07 (33) Phosphonates ethyl phosphonate fosetyl-Al various e.g. Aliette®
P07 (33)

 

Phosphonates

 

ethyl phosphonate

 

phosphorous acid and salts various e.g. Foli-R-Fos®
U1 Unknown potassium salts of fatty acids potassium salts of fatty acids EcoProtector®
U6 Unknown phenyl-acetamide phenyl-acetamide cyflufenamid Flute®
U12 Cell membrane fisruption (proposed) guanidines guanidines dodine Syllit®

 

  • 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 10, 2020

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.

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