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For fungicide resistance management the product is a Group 3 fungicide. Some naturally occurring individual fungi resistant to Indar Fungicide and other Group 3 fungicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any fungal population. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the fungal population if these fungicides are used repeatedly. These resistant fungi will not be controlled by Indar Fungicide or other Group 3 fungicides, thus resulting in a reduction in efficacy and possible yield loss. Since the occurrence of resistant fungi is difficult to detect prior to use, Dow AgroSciences accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of Indar Fungicide to control resistant fungi.
Indar Fungicide may be harmful to beneficial arthropods and may not be suitable for use in IPM programs.
DO NOT apply to nectarines by aircraft.
Apply in a sufficient volume of water to achieve thorough coverage of all blossoms, fruit and foliage. The volume of water required to achieve this will depend on the size of the trees. Apply by dilute or concentrate spraying equipment. Apply the same total amount of product to the target crop whether applying this product by dilute or concentrate spraying methods.
DO NOT use at concentrations greater than 40 mL/100 L of water.
Dilute Spraying
Use a sprayer designed to apply high volumes of water up to the point of run-off and matched to the crop being sprayed.
Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy. Apply sufficient water to cover the crop to the point of run-off. Avoid excessive run-off.The required water volume may be determined by applying different test volumes, using different settings on the sprayer, from industry guidelines or expert advice.
Add the amount of product specified in the DIRECTIONS FOR USE table for each 100 L of water. Spray to the point  of run-off.
The required dilute spray volume will change and the sprayer set up and operation may also need to be changed, as the crop grows.
Concentrate Spraying
Use a sprayer designed and set up for concentrate spraying (that is a sprayer which applies water volumes less than those required to reach the point of run-off) and matched to the crop being sprayed.
Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy using your chosen water volume.
Determine an appropriate dilute spray volume (see Dilute Spraying above) for the crop canopy. This is needed to calculate the concentrate mixing rate.
The mixing rate for concentrate spraying can then be calculated in the following way:
Example only
1.  Dilute spray volume as determined above: For example1200 L/ha
2.  Your chosen concentrate spray volume: For example600 L/ha
3.  The concentration factor in this example is: 2 X  (i.e. 1200 L ÷ 600 L = 2)
4.  If the dilute label rate is 15 mL/100 L, then the concentrate rate becomes 2 x 15, which is 30 mL/100 L of concentrate spray.
The chosen spray volume, amount of product per 100 L of water, and the sprayer set up and operation may need to be changed as the crop grows. For further information on concentrate spraying, users are advised to consult relevant industry guidelines, undertake appropriate competency training and follow industry Best Practices.
Ground Application
Apply by misting or air-blast machines to provide thorough coverage of all foliage.
Aerial Application
Apply by aircraft in a minimum total volume of 20 L/ha.
DO NOT apply to wheat by aircraft.
Ground Application
Apply in spray volumes from 50 to 100 L of water /ha using a medium quality spray. Good coverage is required for  best results.
PRECAUTION: Re-entry Period
DO NOT allow entry into treated areas until the spray has dried unless wearing cotton overalls (or equivalent clothing) and chemical resistant gloves. Clothing must be laundered after each day.

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Nectarines0 l
Bananas0.42 l
Winter wheat0 l
Spring wheat0 l