Australia

Zolo 430 SC

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UPL - fungicide
61504

For the control of various diseases of bananas, peanuts, grapes, cereal crops, vegetables and other crops as specified in the DIRECTIONS FOR USE Table

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Mixing
Prior to pouring, shake container vigorously, then add the required quantity of Zolo 430 SC Fungicide to water in the spray vat while stirring or with agitators in motion. Add the required amount of Agridex (peanuts, beans) or water miscible oil (bananas) and mix thoroughly.
Application
Aircraft should fly as low as possible under the prevailing conditions to minimise drift.
Special warning - bananas
There are certain conditions when the surface of recently emerged fruit is particularly prone to marking damage from spray applications. In circumstances where application will be made to very rapidly growing fruit in hot conditions with strong direct light, it is recommended that all emerged bunches be bagged prior to spraying to minimise risk of fruit marking. Never include adjuvants other than water miscible oils with Zolo 430 SC Fungicide sprays. The inclusion of wetting agents is known to cause phytotoxicity to young fruit.
Foliar diseases on cereal crops
Do not apply to cereal crops more than once in a season. Treatment will give approximately three weeks disease suppression. Economic responses may not be gained by spraying crops past flowering stage. The effects of fungicide application will not be clearly seen for 7 to 10 days after application. Yield potential: crops with potential yield under 2t/ha are unlikely to give economic responses to a fungicide spray except under conditions of very severe disease. Economic responses are most likely with crops with potential yield of over 3t/ha.
Spray timings for stripe rust control
Obtain advisory literature from Department of Agriculture for classification of resistant and susceptible varieties. In South Australia consult Plant Protection Note PPN 21. In other States the following spray program is suggested:
Seedling infections: When approximately 20 out of 100 leaves show first signs of infection during tillering to jointing, apply a spray within one week.
Adult infections - susceptible varieties: When approximately 10 out of 100 leaves show first sign of infection, apply a spray within one week.
Adult infections - moderately susceptible varieties: When approximately 15 to 20 leaves out of 100 leaves show first sign of infection, apply a spray within one week. Do not delay.
Adult infections - moderately resistant and resistant varieties: Monitor carefully. If rust appears and spreads, spray within one week.
Lettuce – To avoid crop damage: The sensitivity of some species and varieties of the crops to be treated has not been fully evaluated. It is advisable, therefore, to treat a small number of plants to ascertain their reaction before treating the whole crop.

Special Instructions for Grapevines Dilute
Spraying:
- Use a sprayer designed to apply high volumes of water up to the point of runoff 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 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:
i) Dilute spray volume as determined above: For example 1500L/ha ii) Your chosen concentrate spray volume: For example 500L/ha iii) The concentration factor in this example is: 3 x (ie 1500L ÷ 500L = 3) iv) If the dilute label rate is 10mL/100L, then the concentrate rate becomes 3 x 10, that is 30mL/100L of concentrate spray.
- The chosen spray volume, amount of product per 100L 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 the relevant industry guidelines, undertake appropriate competency training and follow industry Best Practices.

Effective
Crops
Bananas
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
230 - 230
Preharvest Interval
1
Crops
Vines
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
56
Crops
Beans
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
350 - 350
Preharvest Interval
3
Crops
Lettuce
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
350 - 350
Preharvest Interval
35
Crops
Onions
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
0 - 0
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Pawpaw
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
290 - 290
Preharvest Interval
3
Crops
Peanuts, groundnuts
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
175 - 440
Preharvest Interval
21
Crops
Peas
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
145 - 145
Preharvest Interval
3
Crops
Sugarcane
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
290 - 290
Preharvest Interval
28
Crops
Winter wheat
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
145 - 290
Preharvest Interval
35
Crops
Spring wheat
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
145 - 290
Preharvest Interval
35
Crops
Winter oats
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
145 - 290
Preharvest Interval
35
Crops
Spring oats
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
145 - 290
Preharvest Interval
35
Crops
Winter barley
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
145 - 290
Preharvest Interval
35
Crops
Spring barley
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
145 - 290
Preharvest Interval
35