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An agricultural fungicide for the control of stem-base and foliar diseases in winter and spring barley and oats.
An emulsifiable concentrate formulation containing 100 g/L prothioconazole and 100 g/L fluoxastrobin.

This information is approved as part of the Product Label. All instructions within this section must be read carefully in order to obtain safe and successful use of this product.
Fandango is a mixture of a strobilurin and a triazolinthione fungicide recommended for control of a wide range of diseases on winter and spring barley and oats.

Diseases: Eyespot (Oculimacula spp.), Sharp eyespot (Rhizoctonia cerealis), Take-all (Gaeumannomyces graminis), Fusarium foot rot (Fusarium culmorum, Microdochium nivale var nivale and majus), Powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis), Brown rust, Crown rust, Rhynchosporium leaf blotch, Net blotch.
Rate: 1.25 litres product per hectare
Critical comments: Maximum number of applications 2 per season. Maximum total dose 2.5 litres product per hectare. Latest time of application At any stage before beginning of flowering (GS 61). Method of application: Tractor mounted /trailed sprayer.

A spray pressure of 2-3 bar is recommended. Apply Fandango in 100-300 litres per hectare water.
Apply as a medium spray quality.
Apply Fandango in 100 to 300 litres of water per hectare. The higher spray volumes are recommended where the crop is dense or disease pressure / risk is high to ensure good penetration to the lower leaves and stem bases. Disease control may be compromised by reducing water volumes, where good spray coverage is difficult to achieve.

Stem Base Disease Complex and Take-all
Eyespot (Oculimacula spp.)
Sharp eyespot (Rhizoctonia cerealis)
Take-all (Gaeumannomyces graminis)
Fusarium foot rot (Fusarium culmorum, Microdochium nivale var nivale and majus)
Spray in the spring at the first sign of disease, from when the leaf sheaths begin to become erect until the 2nd node is detectable (GS 30-32).
Powdery Mildew (Blumeria graminis)
Apply Fandango at the first sign of disease.
Strains of barley powdery mildew resistant to Qol fungicides are common in Ireland.
Brown Rust (Puccinia hordei)
Apply Fandango at the first signs of disease. A second application may be made 2-3 weeks later if re-infection occurs. Applications made to established infections are likely to be less effective.
Crown Rust (Puccinia coronata)
Apply Fandango at the first signs of disease. A second application may be made 2-3 weeks later if re-infection occurs. Applications made to established infections are likely to be less effective.
Leaf Blotch (Rhynchosporium secalis)
Apply Fandango in spring at the first signs of disease. For severe infections a second application may be necessary 2-3 weeks later.
Net Blotch (Pyrenophora teres)
Apply Fandango at the first signs of disease in spring/early summer.
For severe infections, a second application 2-3 weeks later will give most effective control when conditions remain favourable for disease development.
The possible development of disease strains resistant to Fandango cannot be excluded or predicted. Where such resistant strains occur, Fandango is unlikely to give satisfactory control.
Apply fungicides according to manufacturer’s recommendations for the target disease (or complex) at the specific crop growth stage indicated.
Effective disease management is a critical parameter in delaying the build-up of resistant pathogen populations. Fandango is a mixture of two fungicides with different modes of action, a strobilurin and a triazolinthione. 

Fandango contains fluoxastrobin, a member of the Qol cross-resistance group. Fandango should be used preventatively and should not be relied on for its curative potential.
Use Fandango as part of an Integrated Crop Management (ICM) strategy incorporating other methods of control, including where appropriate other fungicides with a different mode of action. You must not apply more than two foliar applications of QoI-containing
products to any cereal crop.
Consult your advisor for up to date guidance regarding current resistance status and a strategy for preventing and managing resistance in the cereal pathogens listed on the label.
The Fungicide Resistance Action Committee (FRAC) produces recommendations that may be consulted for additional information.
Occasionally, after the application of Fandango, some transient leaf chlorosis on barley may occur, but these symptoms have not been shown to adversely affect yield responses accruing from the benefits of disease control.
Fandango may be used on all commercial varieties of winter and spring barley and oats.
Thoroughly shake the pack before use.
Add the required quantity of Fandango to the half-filled spray tank with the agitation system in operation and then fill to the required level.
Continue agitation at all times during spraying and stoppages until the tank is completely empty. Spray immediately after mixing.
Sprayers should be thoroughly cleaned before use, and filters and jets checked for damage and blockages.
Boom height should be adjusted to ensure even coverage of the crop, particularly at later growth stages. The correct height is one at which the spray from alternate nozzles meets just above the crop, in dense crops, at later growth stages, higher water volumes should be used.
Spray equipment should be thoroughly cleaned with detergent after use.

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Winter wheat1.25 l30 - 61
Spring barley1.25 l30 - 61
Spring oats1.25 l30 - 61
Winter oats1.25 l30 - 61