Isofetamid 400SC

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It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. DO NOT apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other
persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulation.

ISOFETAMID is a broad-spectrum fungicide with preventative, systemic and curative properties for foliar and soil-borne diseases. ISOFETAMID must be applied in scheduled protective programs and used in rotation with products with a different mode of action.

ISOFETAMID 400SC can be used effectively in dilute or concentrate sprays. Thorough, uniform coverage is essential for disease control.
NOTE: Slowly invert container several times to assure uniform mixture of formulation before adding this product to the spray tank. Dosage rates on this label indicate fluid ounces of ISOFETAMID 400SC per acre, unless otherwise stated. Under conditions highly favorable for disease development, the highest rate specified and shortest application interval should be used. ISOFETAMID 400SC may be applied with all types of spray equipment normally used for ground, chemigation through sprinkler irrigation and aerial applications. The required amount of ISOFETAMID 400SC should be added slowly into the spray tank during filling. With concentrate sprays, pre-mix the required amount of ISOFETAMID 400SC in a clean container and add to vthe spray tank as it is being filled. Keep agitator running when filling spray tank and during spray operations. DO NOT allow spray mixture to stand overnight or for prolonged periods. Prepare only the amount of spray required for immediate use. Spraying equipment should be thoroughly cleaned immediately after the application. Apply ISOFETAMID 400SC in sufficient water to obtain adequate coverage of the foliage. Gallonage to be used will vary with crop andamount of plant growth. Spray volume will usually range from 20 to 100 gallons per acre (200 to 1000 liters per hectare) for dilute sprays, and 5 to v10 gallons per acre (50 to 100 liters per hectare) for concentrate ground and aerial sprays. For aerial applications, apply ISOFETAMID 400SC in a minimum of 5 gallons of water per acre. For application through sprinkler irrigation systems see application and calibration instructions vbelow.

ISOFETAMID 400SC is physically compatible (no nozzle or screen blockage) with many products labeled for control of diseases and insects on crops and other additives. Read and follow all manufacturer's label precautions and restrictions for the tank mix companion product. Users must follow the most restrictive directions for use and precautionary statements of each product in the tank mixture. It is the applicator’s responsibility to ensure that the companion product is EPA approved for  use on the intended crop. ISOFETAMID 400SC is generally compatible with other insecticides, fungicides, adjuvants, fertilizers and micronutrient
products provided sufficient free water is available for dispersion of all the tank mix products. Under some conditions, the use of adjuvants and surfactants at the rate of 0.025% to 0.1% of the spray tank volume may improve the performance of ISOFETAMID 400SC. However, not all crop varieties have been tested with all possible tank mix combinations. Thus the combination should be tested for crop safety on a small portion of the crop to ensure that a phytotoxic response will not occur. In addition, the physical compatibility of ISOFETMAID 400SC with tank mix partners must be evaluated before use. Conduct a jar test with intended tank-mix pesticides prior to preparation of large volumes. Use the following procedure: 1) Pour the recommended proportions of the products into a suitable container of water, 2) Mix thoroughly and 3) Allow to stand for 5 minutes. If the combination remains mixed or can be re-mixed readily, it is considered physically compatible. Any physical incompatibility in the jar test indicates that ISOFETAMID 400SC should not be used in the tank-mix.

Some plant pathogens are known to develop resistance to products used repeatedly for disease control. ISOFETAMID 400SC’s mode/target site of action is complex II; succinate-dehydrogenase, FRAC Group 7. A disease management program that includes alternation or tank mixes between ISOFETAMID 400SC and other labeled fungicides that have a different mode of action and/or control pathogens not controlled with ISOFETAMID 400SC is essential to prevent disease resistant pathogens populations from developing. ISOFETAMID 400SC should not be utilized continuously nor tank mixed with fungicides that have shown to
have developed fungal resistance to the target disease. Since pathogens differ in their potential to develop resistance to fungicides, follow the directions outlined in the “Directions For Use” section of this label for specific resistance management strategies for each crop. Consult with your Federal or State Cooperative Extension Service representatives for guidance on the proper use of ISOFETAMID v400SC in programs that seek to minimize the occurrence of disease
resistance. ISOFETAMID 400SC is not cross-resistant with other classes of fungicides that have different modes of action.

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