Disease(s): Downy mildew
Resistance Management Strategy for:
Group 4 Phenylamides (PA);
Group 11 Quinone outside inhibitors (QoI);
Group 28 + 43 Carbamates + benzamides;
Group 40 Carboxylic acid amides (CAA);
Group 45+40 Quinone outside inhibitors, stigmatellin binding type (QoSI) + CAA;
Group 49 Oxysterol binding protein inhibitors (OSBPI); and
Group 49 + 11 OSBPI + QoI.
- Start disease control early and maintain a regular protectant program. Fungicide applications need to start before the 6 leaf stage for early season control to be effective.
- When conditions favour disease development (high humidity, still weather, overcast skies), prior to visible disease symptoms (white downy growth on the underside of lower leaves followed by brown angular lesions) apply a single spray of a Group 49 containing fungicide, or up to two consecutive sprays of a Group 4, 11, 40 or 28+43 product (including mixtures containing Group 4, 11 or 40), at the interval recommended on the label. Then resume the program of sprays using products from a different group to the products just applied.
- Do not apply more than two sprays per season of a product containing a Group 4, 11, 40 (including 45+40) or 49+11 fungicide. Group 49 containing sprays should not exceed one in every three sprays of the of the total number of fungicide sprays per season.
- Do not apply more than three sprays of a Group 28+43 product per crop.
- Apply Group 11 and 49+11 fungicides preventatively.
- Apply Group 4 and 49 fungicides preventatively and only in mixtures with effective protectant fungicide from a different mode of action group.
- Do not use a Group 49 (or 49+11) product if it will be the last fungicide applied to the crop.
|Maximum number of consecutive applications
|Maximum number of solo sprays
||None of 49
|Maximum number of sprays per crop or season *
(or 1 in 3)
* Maximum application number on product label may differ. Ensure you follow the label recommendations.