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®
Triazolebitertanolvarious e.g. Baycor®
cyproconazolevarious e.g. Alto®
difenoconazolevarious e.g. Score®
epoxiconazolevarious e.g. Opus®
fenbuconazoleIndar®
fluquinconazolevarious e.g. Jockey®
flusilazolevarious e.g. Nustar®
flutriafolvarious e.g. Armour®
hexaconazolevarious
ipconazoleRancona®
mefentrifluconazoleBelanty®
myclobutanilvarious e.g. Systhane®
penconazolevarious e.g. Topas®
propiconazolevarious e.g. Tilt®
prothioconazolevarious e.g. Prosaro®
tebuconazolevarious e.g. Folicur®, Raxil®
tetraconazoleDomark®
triadimefonvarious e.g. Bayleton®
triadimenolvarious e.g. Bayfidan®, Baytan®
triticonazolevarious e.g. Premis®
4PhenylamideAcylalaninebenalaxyl (+ mancozeb)Galben®M
furalaxylvarious e.g. Fongarid®
metalaxylvarious e.g. Apron®, Ridomil®
metalaxyl-m various e.g. Apron XL®, Ridomil® Gold
Oxazolidinoneoxadixyl (+ propineb)Rebound®
5Amines (Morpholines)Spiroketalaminespiroxaminevarious e.g. Prosper®
7SDHI (Succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors)n-methoxy-(phenyl-ethyl)-pyrazole-carbox amidepydiflumetofenMiravis®, Saltro®
Oxathiin
carboxamides
carboxinvarious e.g. Vitavax®,
Phenyl benzamidesflutolanilMonstar®
Pyridine carboxamidesboscalidvarious e.g. Filan®
Pyrazole carboxamidebixafenAviator® Xpro®
benzovindiflupyrElatus®
fluxapyroxadMerivon®, Sercadis®, Systiva®
isopyrazamSeguris®
penflufenEverGol® Prime
penthiopyradFontelis®
sedaxaneVibrance®
Pyridinyl-ethyl-benzamidesfluopyramIlevo®, Luna® Privilege, Luna® Sensation
8Hydroxy-(2 amino-) pyrimidineHydroxy-(2-amino-) pyrimidinebupirimateNimrod®
9AnilinopyrimidineAnilinopyrimidinecyprodinilvarious e.g. Chorus®
pyrimethanilvarious e.g. Scala®
11Quinone outside Inhibitors (QoIsMethoxy acrylateazoxystrobinvarious e.g. Amistar®, Dynasty®
Oximino acetateskresoxim-methylvarious e.g. Stroby®
trifloxystrobinvarious e.g. Flint®
Methoxy carbamatepyraclostrobinvarious e.g. Cabrio®
Methoxy-acetamidemandestrobinIntuity®
12PhenylpyrrolesPhenylpyrrolesfludioxonilvarious e.g. Maxim®
13aza-napthalenesQuinolinesquinoxyfenLegend®
proquinazidTalendo®
14(Aromatic
Hydrocarbons)
(chlorophenyls,
nitroanilines)
Aromatic hydrocarbonsquintozenevarious e.g. Terraclor®
tolclofos-methylvarious e.g Rizolex®
Heteroaromatics1,2,4-thiadiazoleetridiazolevarious e.g. Terrazole®
17HydroxyanilideHydroxyanilidefenhexamidvarious e.g. Teldor®
Amino-pyrazolinonefenpyrazamineProlectus®
20PhenylureasPhenylureaspencycuronMonceren®
21QilCyano-imidazolecyazofamidRanMan®
Sulfamoyl-triazoleamisulbromAmicus blue®
28CarbamateCarbamateiodocarbvarious
propamocarbvarious e.g. Previcur®
29Unspecified2,6-dinitro-anilinesfluazinamvarious e.g. Shirlan®
33PhosphonatesEthyl phosphonatefosetyl-aluminiumvarious e.g. Aliette®
phosphorous acidvarious e.g. Foli-R-Fos®
40Carboxylic acid amidesCinnamic acid derivativedimethomorphvarious e.g. Acrobat®
Malic acidmandipropamidRevus®
43BenzamidesPyridinylmethyl-benzamidesfluopicolideIfinito®
44MicrobialBacillus spp. and the fungicidal lipopeptides producedBacillus subtilis syn. B.amyloliquefaciens* strain QST 713Serenade®, Serifel®
*synonyms for Bacillus amyloliquefaciens are Bacillus subtilis and B. subtilis var. amyloliquefaciens (previous taxonomic classification)
Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain MBI600
45QxITriazolo-pyrimidylamineametoctradinZampro®
46Plant extractTerpene hydrocarbons, terpene alcohols and terpene phenolstea tree oilTimorex® Gold
49OSBPI oxysterol binding protein homologue inhibitionpiperidinyl-thiazole-isoxazolinesoxathiapiprolinOrondis®, Zorvec® Enicade®
50Actin disruptionBenzophenonemetrafenoneVivando®
BenzoylpyridinepyriofenoneKusabi®
MMulti-site
activity
Inorganicchlorine dioxideVibrex®
hydrogen peroxide
+ peroxyacetic acid
various e.g. 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 acetatevarious e.g. Liquicop®
tribasic copper sulphatevarious e.g. Tri-base Blue®
copper octanoateTricop®
M2Multi-site
activity
Inorganicsulphurvarious e.g. Thiovit,®Kumulus®
potassium bicarbonatevarious e.g. Ecocarb®
calcium polysulfideMiller Lime Sulfur Solution Fungicide Insecticide®
M3Multi-site
activity
Dithiocarbamatemancozebvarious e.g. Dithane® Rainshield® Neo Tec® Fungicide®
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®
BM01Multi-site
activity
Polypeptide (lectin)extract from the cotyledons of lupine plantlets ("BLAD")ProBlad Plus Fungicide®
BM02Multi-site
activity
Streptomyces spp.Streptomyces lydicus strain WYEC108Actinovate®
Aureobasidium spp.Aureobasidium pullulans strain DSM 14940 and DSM 14941Botector®
U1UnknownPotassium salts of fatty acids potassium salts of fatty acidsEcoProtector®
U6UnknownPhenyl-acetamidecyflufenamidFlute®
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: July 2, 2019

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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