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Kocide Blue Xtra

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DU PONT - fungicide
58989

For the control of various diseases of fruits and vegetables

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
GROUP M1 FUNGICIDE
DuPont™ Kocide® Blue Xtra™ is a protectant fungicide. Applications should begin prior to any sign of disease.

FUNGICIDE RESISTANCE WARNING
For fungicide resistance management, DuPont™ Kocide® Blue Xtra™ is a Group M1 fungicide. Some naturally occurring individual fungi resistant to Group M1 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 Kocide® Blue Xtra™ and other Group M1 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, DuPont accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of this product to control resistant fungi.
Mixing Instructions
Fill the spray vat with good quality water. Remove top strainer from spray vat. With the agitation system operating, pour the required quantity of Kocide® Blue Xtra™ into the spray vat in a steady stream. DO NOT attempt to pre-mix Kocide® Blue Xtra™ in water before adding to the spray vat. If other pesticides are being used, fully mix the Kocide® Blue Xtra™ in the spray tank before adding other products. Always add and mix the Kocide® Blue Xtra™ first. Sprays containing Kocide® Blue Xtra™ should be used within 3 hours of preparation and they should be agitated continuously during this period.
Application to Tree Crops and Vines
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 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.
- Always apply sufficient water to cover the crop to the point of run-off, otherwise under dosing will occur and disease control may be inadequate.
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
- Dilute spray as determined above: For example 1,500 L/ha
- Your chosen concentrate spray volume: For example 500 L/ha
- The concentration factor in this example is 3X (i.e 1,500 L ÷  volume, Kocide  Blue Xtra™ should be applied at double the dilute 500 L = 3)
- If the dilute label rate is 150 g/100 L, then the concentrate rate becomes 3 x 150, that is 450 g/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.

DO NOT use a concentrate factor higher than that specified in the Critical Comments and the following table:

Crop: Almonds 
Maximum Concentration Factor: 2 times
Crop: Deciduous fruit
Maximum Concentration Factor: 2 times
Crop: Avocadoes & Mangoes 
Maximum Concentration Factor: 3 times
Crop: Vines 
Maximum Concentration Factor: 3 times
Crop: Citrus, Litchis, Walnuts
Maximum Concentration Factor: Dilute application only

For further technical information on concentrate spraying, users are advised to consult relevant industry guidelines, undertake appropriate competency training and follow Industry Best Practices.
For concentrate application use a minimum spray volume of 250 L per hectare.

Application to Vegetables 
General:

Thorough coverage of the plant is essential for maximum effectiveness. To achieve thorough coverage:
- Spray volumes need to be increased as the plants grow.
- The configuration of the sprayer may need to be altered as the plants grow and change shape.
The coverage provided by the sprayer should be checked prior to each application and adjusted if necessary. This should only be done with water plus any required wetting agents.

Dilute Sprays:
Apply using a sprayer fitted with cone nozzles operated at pressures that produce a MEDIUM to FINE spray. The following volumes per SPRAYED HECTARE are suggested as a guide, since the required volumes will vary with foliage density and size of the plants.
Carrots, Parsnips, Potatoes, Silver beet, Spinach: 400 litres on plants up to 10 cm tall, increasing to 1,000 to 1,200 litres on mature plants.
Cucurbits, Lettuce: 400 litres on plants up to 10 leaves, increasing to 1,000 to 1,200 litres on mature plants.
Brassicas, Trellis Tomatoes: 400 litres on plants up to 10 leaves, increasing to 1,200 to 1,500 litres on mature plants.
Beans, Capsicums, Celery, Faba Beans, French Beans, Peas, Rhubarb, Bush Tomatoes: 400 litres on plants up to 15 cm tall, increasing to 1,000 to 1,200 litres on mature plants.
Red Beet: 400 litres on plants up to 8 leaves, increasing to 800 litres on mature plants.

Concentrate Sprays:
Kocide Blue Xtra™ may be applied to vegetables at lower water volumes than those specified for dilute application, provided the CONCENTRATION of Kocide Blue Xtra™ is INCREASED in inverse proportion to the reduction in volume from the specified dilute volume. EXAMPLE: if the spray volume is half the specified dilute rate. Spray volumes for concentrate sprays should not be less than 1/3 of the equivalent dilute volume. Thus spray concentrations should not exceed 3 times the dilute concentration. Apply using a sprayer fitted with cone nozzles operated at pressures that produce a FINE spray. Refer to VEGETABLES: DILUTE SPRAYS for dilute volumes.

Rhubarb Dip
Dispose of the spent dip solution in a disposal pit. See Storage and Disposal for details.

Wetting Agents
The addition of a wetting agent is required when Kocide® Blue Xtra™ is being applied to BRASSICAS, FABA BEANS, PEAS and ONION, irrespective of the method of application. The addition of a wetting agent is also required when Kocide® Blue Xtra™ is applied as a concentrate spray or by aircraft. Add a Wetting Agent at label rates when suitable for these purposes, irrespective of the spray volume applied. Where a wetting agent is not required for Kocide® Blue Xtra™, one may be added if required for other pesticides.

Application by aircraft
Apply in a minimum of 20 L of water per hectare. May be applied with hydraulic nozzles or rotary atomisers operated to produce droplets with a V.M.D. of around 150 microns. Avoid application in calm or very windy conditions or when temperature and humidity cause rapid drying. To ensure good spray coverage, applications should ideally be made in a light crosswind.

Compatibility
DuPont™ Kocide® Blue Xtra™ is compatible with most insecticides/pyrethroids, dormant spraying oils, mancozeb, Ziram, Wettable Sulphur and Urea. Mixtures with more than one of the above products is not recommended. Such mixtures may be ineffective or may cause serious damage. DuPont™ Kocide® Blue Xtra™ may NOT be compatible with some foliar fertilisers and a test should be conducted before use. Always add Kocide® Blue Xtra™ to the spray solution and dissolve before other products are added.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight.
Single rinse before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. DO NOT dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. Puncture and bury empty bags in a local authority landfill. If no landfill is available, bury the containers below 500 mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty bags and product should not be burnt.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE 
RESTRAINTS
DO NOT apply if rain is expected within 4 hours.
DO NOT apply when temperatures exceed 35 C. DO NOT apply when slow drying conditions prevail. DO NOT apply to copper-shy crops or cultivars.
DO NOT apply if it is likely to rain before the spray is dry.
DO NOT apply to wet crops.
DO NOT use in spray solutions with a pH of less than 6.5.

NOTICE TO BUYER
To the extent permitted by law all conditions and warranties and statutory or other rights of action which buyer or any other user may have against DuPont or Seller are hereby excluded. DuPont hereby gives notice to the buyer and other users that it will not accept responsibility for any indirect or consequential loss arising from reliance on product information or advice provided by DuPont or on its behalf unless it is established that the product has been used strictly as directed. DuPont’s liability shall in all circumstances be limited to replacement of the product or a refund of the purchase price paid therefore.
APMVA Approval Number: 58989/0709

All rates for tree and vine crops are for dilute spraying. For concentrate spraying rates, refer to the Mixing/Application section. If using concentrate application, apply the same total amount of product to the target crop.

ALMONDS
Disease: Shothole
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply when buds are swelling but BEFORE AND WITHIN ONE WEEK OF BUD OPENING. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

Disease: Leaf curl (Taphrina deformans) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: 
CORRECT TIMING IS CRITICAL FOR EFFECTIVE CONTROL. Apply when buds are
swelling but BEFORE AND WITHIN ONE WEEK OF BUD OPENING. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2. For a given variety, the time of bud opening will vary from year to year, depending on the weather and in any year it will vary between varieties. Thus, the bud development of each variety in the orchard should be monitored each year to determine the correct time of application. Blocks containing more than 1 variety may need to be treated more than once, to treat each variety at the correct time. Where leaf curl is, or is likely to be, a severe problem, based on previous experience, the following program should be followed:
- AUTUMN - apply at leaf fall.
- Apply at the FIRST SIGN of BUD SWELL and REPEAT ONE WEEK LATER PRIOR TO SIGNS OF BUD OPENING.

APPLES
Disease: Black spot (scab) (Venturia inaequalis) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply at green tip. NOTE: Crop injury (russetting) may occur from late application. Discontinue use when green tip on the earliest developing buds reaches 1 cm. Before applying to recently introduced varieties, ascertain their tolerance of copper sprays from relevant authorities. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

AVOCADOES
Disease: Anthracnose (Glomerella cingulata var. minor) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Spray every 4 weeks from the end of flowering to harvest. During extended wet weather, spray every 14 days. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 3.

APRICOTS
Disease: Shothole (Stigmina carpophila), Freckle (Venturia carpophila) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply at bud swell but before the earliest sign of leaf bud development. Apply at least 1 post-harvest spray. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

Disease: Bacterial gummosis (Pseudomonas syringae) 
State: Vic, Tas, SA and WA only 
Dilute spraying rate: 190 g/100 L
State: NSW only 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: 
Autumn: Apply at 25 to leaf fall. Apply again at 90 to leaf fall.
Winter: Apply in mid winter.
Spring: Apply at first sign of bud movement. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray.
DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA and WA only 
Dilute spraying rate: 100 g/100 L 
Apply 1 week after petal fall. Repeat application 7 to 10 days later. These sprays control the leaf population of bacteria in mid to late spring. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

BANANAS
Disease: Cercospora leaf spot (Cercospora musae)
State: Qld, NSW and WA only
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L plus 600 mL Polyphase or Miscible Summer Oil 
Critical Comments: Apply at 3 to 4 weekly intervals from December to May when weather conditions favour disease development.

CHERRIES
Disease: Shothole
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply when buds are swelling but BEFORE AND WITHIN ONE WEEK OF BUD OPENING. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

Disease: Bacterial gummosis (Pseudomonas syringae) 
State: Vic, Tas, SA and WA only 
Dilute spraying rate: 190 g/100 L
State: NSW only
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: 
Autumn: Apply at 25 to leaf fall. Apply again at 90 to leaf fall.
Winter: Apply in mid winter.
Spring: Apply at first sign of bud movement. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray.
DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA and WA only 
Dilute spraying rate: 100 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply 1 week after petal fall. Repeat application 7 to 10 days later. These sprays control the leaf population of bacteria in mid to late spring. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

CITRUS
Disease: Black spot, Melanose, Smoky blotch (Gloeodes pomigena), Scab (lemons) (Elsinoe fawcettii)
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 to 225 g/100 L plus 600 mL Polyphase or Miscible Summer Oil 
Critical Comments: Apply at petal fall. Use higher rates in coastal districts. Apply as a dilute application only.

LITCHI
Disease: Parasitic algae (Cephaleuros virescens) 
State: Qld and NSW only 
Dilute spraying rate: 300 g/100 L plus a suitable Wetting Agent 
Critical Comments: Apply at affected trunk and limbs until runoff occurs. Apply monthly during the wet season. Apply as a dilute application only.

MACADAMIAS
Disease: Husk spot (Pseudocercospora macadamiae)
State: Qld, NT, NSW only 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Good spray penetration of foliage is essential. Apply from nut set (late September) to December. Apply at least 3 sprays at 3 - 4 week intervals.

Disease: Anthracnose (Collectrichicum spp.) 
State: Qld, NT, NSW only 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Good coverage inside the tree is essential. Spray from early summer (December) to May at monthly intervals.

Disease: Pink limb blight (Corticium salmonicolor) 
State: Qld, NT, NSW only 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Good coverage of infected limbs from early summer (December) to May at monthly intervals.

MANGOES
Disease: Anthracnose (Glomerella sp) 
State: NSW, Qld, SA, WA, NT only 
Dilute spraying rate: 225g/100 L
Critical Comments: Spray every 4 weeks from the end of flowering to harvest. During extended wet weather, spray every 14 days. Use in rotation with alternate chemistry. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 3.

Disease: Bacterial black spot (Xanthomonas campestris pv mangiferaeindacae) 
State: NSW, Qld, SA, WA, NT only 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 – 225 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply as a preventative spray. Repeat at 10-14 day intervals while weather conditions favour disease development. Use higher rate when conditions are highly favourable for infection. Use in rotation with alternate chemistry. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 3.

NECTARINES AND PEACHES
Disease: Shothole 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply when buds are swelling but BEFORE AND WITHIN ONE WEEK OF BUD OPENING. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

Disease: Leaf curl (Taphrina deformans) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: 
CORRECT TIMING IS CRITICAL FOR EFFECTIVE CONTROL. Apply when buds are
swelling but BEFORE AND WITHIN ONE WEEK OF BUD OPENING. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2. For a given variety, the time of bud opening will vary from year to year, depending on the weather and in any year it will vary between varieties. Thus, the bud development of each variety in the orchard should be monitored each year to determine the correct time of application. Blocks containing more than one variety may need to be treated more than once, to treat each variety at the correct time. Where leaf curl is, or is likely to be, a severe problem, based on previous experience, the following program should be followed:
- AUTUMN - apply at leaf fall.
- Apply at the FIRST SIGN of BUD SWELL and REPEAT ONE WEEK LATER PRIOR TO SIGNS OF BUD OPENING.

PEARS
Disease: Black spot (scab) (Venturia pirina)
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply at green tip.
NOTE: Crop injury (russetting) may occur from late application. Discontinue use when green tip on the earliest developing buds reaches 1 cm. Before applying to recently introduced varieties, ascertain their tolerance of copper sprays from relevant authorities. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.
Plums Shothole Apply when buds are swelling but BEFORE AND WITHIN ONE WEEK OF BUD OPENING. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 2.

VINES
Disease: Downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 135 to 190 g/100L 
Critical Comments: Apply when shoots are 10 cm long and repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals while weather conditions favour infection. Use the higher rate when conditions are highly favourable for infection. Leaf damage may occur on ‘copper-shy’ varieties. Apply as a dilute or concentrate spray. DO NOT use a concentration factor greater than 3.

WALNUTS
Disease: Walnut blight (Xanthomonas campestris pv. juglans) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 225 g/100L plus 175 mL Polyphase or Miscible Summer Oil 
Critical Comments: Apply a minimum of three sprays at 7 to 10 day intervals, commencing when the catkins are partially opened. Further applications may be necessary if conditions allow infection. Apply as a dilute application only.

AVOCADOES, CITRUS, KIWI-FRUIT, LITCHI, NECTARINES, PASSIONFRUIT, PLUMS, PEACHES, TROPICAL FRUIT
Disease: Phytophthora stem canker
State: Qld and NSW only 
Dilute spraying rate: 75 g/1 L or 75 g/1 L of water based paint 

BANANAS
Disease: Phytophthora stem canker
State: NSW only 
Dilute spraying rate: 75 g/1 L or 75 g/1 L of water based paint 

MACADAMIAS
Disease: Phytophthora stem canker
State: Qld only
Dilute spraying rate: 75 g/1 L or 75 g/1 L of water based paint 

Critical Comments: Mix to a smooth consistency. Apply only to stems of trees or vines wherever cankers appear, after removing dead tissue. Repeat applications up to a maximum of 5 per season until natural healing is commenced. Application with paint carrier may only require 1 or 2 treatments in a season.

BEANS
Disease: Common blight (Xanthomonas campestris pv. phaseoli) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 
Critical Comments: Apply as a preventive spray when conditions favour disease development. Repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals while conditions favour infection.

Disease: Halo blight (Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g to 225 g/100 L or 1.65 to 1.9 kg/ha
Apply at 10 to 14 days intervals from the time the crop is 15 cm to 30 cm high, while conditions favour infection. Use the higher rate when conditions are highly favourable for infection.

Disease: Bacterial brown spot (Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae)
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 
Critical Comments: Apply the first spray within 3 weeks after emergence and repeat every 10 to 14 days while conditions favour infection.

BEANS, FABA BEANS
Disease: Rust (Uromyces spp.) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha

Disease: Chocolate spot (Botrytis spp.)
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 

Critical Comments: Apply as a preventative spray when conditions favour disease development. Repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals, while conditions favour infection.

BRASSICAS
Disease: Black rot (Xanthomonas campestris), Peppery leaf spot (Pseudomonas syringae pv. maclicola), Ring spot (Mycosphaerella brassicicola), Downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha
Apply as a preventative spray when conditions favour disease development. Repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals, while conditions favour infection.
CROP DAMAGE WARNING: Cupric hydroxide predisposes cabbages to frost damage. Cabbages should not be treated with the product if frosts are likely, since crop damage may occur.

CAPSICUMS
Disease: Bacterial spot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria), Bacterial canker 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha

SEED BEDS: Apply every 7 days during wet weather.
FIELD CROPS: Apply at the first sign of disease and repeat at 7 to 14 day intervals, while conditions favour infection. Use the shortest interval when conditions are highly favourable for infection. These applications will reduce the spread of bacterial canker but they will not control seed or soil-borne infection.

CARROTS
Disease: Leaf spot (Alternaria, Cercospora, Septoria) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L
Critical Comments: Apply as a preventative spray when conditions favour disease development. Repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals, while conditions favour infection.

CELERY
Disease: Leaf spot (Septoria apiicola), Bacterial soft rot (Erwinia carotovora pv. carotovora) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 - 210 g/100 L
Critical Comments: Apply every 7 to 14 days while conditions favour infection. Use the shortest interval when conditions are highly favourable for infection i.e. cool and wet.

CUCURBITS
Disease: Angular leaf spot (Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans), Bacterial leaf spot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. cucurbitae) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply when conditions favour disease development and repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals while conditions favour infection.

LETTUCE
Disease: Downy mildew (Bremia lactucae), Bacterial leaf spot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. vitians), Anthracnose (Marssonina panattoniana)
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 
Critical Comments: Apply when conditions favour disease development and repeat every 7 to 10 days while conditions favour infection. Alternation with DuPont™ Manzate is desirable.
CROP DAMAGE WARNING: Cupric hydroxide predisposes lettuce to frost damage. Lettuce should not be treated with the product if frosts are likely, since crop damage may occur.

ONIONS
Disease: Downy mildew (Peronospora destructor)
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 

PARSNIPS
Disease: Leaf spot (Septoria spp.) 
State: Vic, SA and WA only 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 

PEAS
Disease: Ascochyta blight (Ascochyta spp.), Bacterial blight 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha

Critical Comments: Apply when conditions favour disease development and repeat every 10 to 14 days while conditions favour infection.

POTATOES
Disease: Target spot/Early blight (Alternaria solani), Irish blight/Late blight (Phytophtora infestans) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha
Critical Comments: Apply from crop emergence to maturity at 7 to 10 day intervals, while conditions favour infection. May reduce yield if applied under dry conditions.

RED BEET
Disease: Downy mildew (Peronospora farinosa), Rust (Uromyces betae) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha
Critical Comments: Apply at 10 to 14 day intervals, from the seedling stage until maturity, while conditions favour infection.

RHUBARB
Disease: Crown rot (Phytophthora spp.) 
State: All States
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Dip rhubarb crowns before planting.

Disease: Downy mildew (Peronospora jaapiana) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 
Critical Comments: Apply at 14 day intervals while conditions favour infection.

SILVER BEET, SPINACH
Disease: Downy mildew (Peronospora farinosa) 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha
Critical Comments: Apply at 10 to 14 day intervals, from the seedling stage until maturity, while conditions favour infection.

TOMATOES
Disease: Bacterial spot, Bacterial speck (Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato), Bacterial canker 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 115 to 150 g/100 L or 1.30 to 1.65 kg/ha 
Critical Comments: Apply when conditions favour disease development and repeat at 10 to 14 day intervals while conditions favour infection. The shortest interval should be used when conditions are very favourable for infection i.e. during wet weather and when inoculum levels are high. These applications will reduce the spread of bacterial canker but they will not control seed or soil borne infection.

Disease: Target spot/Early blight, Septoria leaf spot 
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha 
Critical Comments: Apply when conditions favour disease development and repeat every 10 to 14 days while conditions favour infection. The shortest interval should be used when conditions are very favourable for infection i.e. during wet weather and when inoculum levels are high.

Disease: Irish blight / late blight
State: All States 
Dilute spraying rate: 150 g/100 L or 1.65 kg/ha  
Critical Comments: Apply when conditions favour disease development and repeat every 10 to 14 days while conditions favour infection. The shortest interval should be used when conditions are very favourable for infection i.e. during wet weather and when inoculum levels are high. Minimise use on seedlings to avoid retarding growth.

TOBACCO SEED BEDS
Disease: Wildfire, Angular leaf spot (Pseudomonas syringae pv. tabaci)
State: Qld, NSW and Vic only 
Dilute spraying rate: 300 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply every 7 days.

Disease: Algae 
State: Qld only 
Dilute spraying rate: 300 g/100 L 
Critical Comments: Apply when algae first appears.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OR IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS
DO NOT HARVEST FOR 1 DAY AFTER APPLICATION

The information set forth herein is furnished free of charge and is based on technical data that DuPont believes to be reliable. It is intended for use by persons having technical skill at their own discretion and risk. DuPont makes no warranties, expressed or implied, and assumes no liability in connection with any of this information. Nothing herein is to be taken as license to operate under or a recommendation to infringe on any patents.

Effective
Crops
Almonds
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Apple trees
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Avocado
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Apricots
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Bananas
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Cherries
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Citrus
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Lychee
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Mangoes
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Nectarines
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Peaches
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Pears
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Plums
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Walnuts
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Kiwifruit
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Passionfruit
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Pecans
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Beans
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.9
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Sweet peppers, capsicum
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Carrots
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Celery
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Lettuce
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Onions
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Parsnip
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Peas
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Potatoes
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Red beets, beetroots
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Rhubarbs
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Fodder beets
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Spinach
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.65 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Tomatoes
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
1.3 - 1.65
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Tobacco
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Vines
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Macadamia nuts
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
1
Effective
Angular leaf spot
Angular leaf spot
Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans ★★★
Anthracnose of Avocados
Anthracnose of Avocados
Colletotrichum gloeosporioides ★★★
Anthracnose of Lettuce
Anthracnose of Lettuce
Marssonina panattoniana ★★★
Apple scab
Apple scab
Venturia inaequalis ★★★
Ascochyta blight, black spot
Ascochyta blight, black spot
Mycosphaerella pinodes ★★★
Bacterial brown spot
Bacterial brown spot
Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae ★★★
Bacterial canker
Bacterial canker
Pseudomonas syringae ★★★
Bacterial soft rot
Bacterial soft rot
Erwinia carotovora pv. carotovora ★★★
Bacterial spot
Bacterial spot
Xanthomonas pruni ★★★
Bean rust
Bean rust
Uromyces appendiculatus ★★★
Beet rust
Beet rust
Puccinia subnitens ★★★
Black rot, Black spot
Black rot, Black spot
Xanthomonas campestris ★★★
Celery soft rot
Celery soft rot
Apium graveolens var. dulce ★★★
Cercospora leaf spot of watermelons
Cercospora leaf spot of watermelons
Cercospora citrullina ★★★
Chocolate spot
Chocolate spot
Botrytis fabae ★★★
Citrus black spot
Citrus black spot
Guignardia citricarpa ★★★
Citrus scab
Citrus scab
Elsinoe fawcettii ★★★
Common bacterial blight
Common bacterial blight
Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. phaseoli ★★★
Crown rust
Crown rust
Puccinia coronifera ★★★
Downy mildew of Brassicas
Downy mildew of Brassicas
Peronospora parasitica ★★★
Downy mildew of Grapes
Downy mildew of Grapes
Plasmopara viticola ★★★
Downy mildew of Lettuce
Downy mildew of Lettuce
Bremia lactucae ★★★
Downy mildew of Onions
Downy mildew of Onions
Peronospora destructor ★★★
Downy mildew of Red beet
Downy mildew of Red beet
Beta vulgaris ★★★
Downy mildew of Rhubarb
Downy mildew of Rhubarb
Peronospora jaapiana ★★★
Downy Mildew of Spinach
Downy Mildew of Spinach
Spinacia oleracea ★★★
Early blight
Early blight
Alternaria solani ★★★
Freckle
Freckle
Venturia carpophila ★★★
Halo blight
Halo blight
Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola ★★★
Husk spot
Husk spot
Pseudocercospora macadamiae ★★★
Late blight
Late blight
Phytophthora infestans ★★★
Leaf curl
Leaf curl
Taphrina deformans ★★★
Melanose
Melanose
Diaporthe citri ★★★
Parasitic algae
Parasitic algae
Cephaleuros virescens ★★★
Pear scab
Pear scab
Venturia pirina ★★★
Peppery leaf spot
Peppery leaf spot
Leptosphaerulina trifolii ★★★
Phytophthora trunk rot
Phytophthora trunk rot
Phytophthora cactorum ★★★
Ring spot
Ring spot
Mycosphaerella brassicicola ★★★
Septoria leaf spot of Celery
Septoria leaf spot of Celery
Septoria apiicola ★★★
Septoria leaf spot of Tomato
Septoria leaf spot of Tomato
Septoria lycopersici ★★★
Shot hole
Shot hole
Stigmina carpophila ★★★
Sooty blotch
Sooty blotch
Gloeodes pomigena ★★★