Antracol is a broad spectrum contact fungicide with protective action. The active substance of Antracol belongs to the group of dithiocarbamate fungicides. It affects several sites in the metabolism of fungal cells. Antracol is registered to more than 80 countries with the next main uses:
- Late blight of potato (Phytophthora infestans).
- Early blight of potato and tomato (Alternaria solani).
- Downy mildew in grapevine (Plasmopara viticola).
- Apple scab (Venturia inaequalis).
-Black Sigatoka in banana (Mycosphaerella fijiensis).
Antracol is an important source zinc supply in case of deficiency for many crops and exhibits excellent phyto-compatibility for various crops, also in early development stages. Antracol is indispensable in anti-resistance strategies due to its special mode of action. Because it affects several sites in the metabolism of fungal cells, there is little danger of resistance developing – resistance to Antracol has not yet observed. This makes it the ideal partner for alternation with sprays of other fungicides, or for tank-mixtures.
Consult the local label/distributor.
How to apply:
foliar application For Vegetables use 600-800 lit /ha.
For fruit tree use 800 – 1000 lit /ha.
Antracol 70 WP is a wettable powder containing 70 % ai /kg Propineb.
Mode of action:
Propineb is a dithiocarbamate fungicide with the multisite activity characteristic of the group. Conidia or germinating conidia are killed by contact with propineb.
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