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TANOS is a broad-spectrum protectant fungicide, recommended for control of many important plant diseases. It has curative and locally systemic activities against downy mildew and late blight diseases. TANOS must be applied in a regularly scheduled protective spray program in rotation with other fungicides. See directions below for specific crop/disease recommendations. TANOS can be applied with ground, air or chemigation equipment, except as otherwise directed, using sufficient
water to obtain thorough coverage of plants. Use only in commercial or farm plantings. Not intended for use in home plantings.
Rainfastness: TANOS rapidly penetrates into plant tissues and is rainfast within 1 hour after application.

DuPont recommends the use of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs to control pests. This product may be used as part of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program which can include biological, cultural, and genetic practices aimed at preventing economic pest damage. Application of this product should be based on IPM principles and practices including field scouting or other detection methods, correct target pest identification, population monitoring, and treating when disease forecasting models reach locally determined action levels. Consult your state cooperative extension service, professional consultants or other qualified authorities to determine the appropriate management, cultural practice and treatment threshold levels for the specific crop, geography and diseases.

Repeated use of products for control of specific plant pathogens may lead to selection of resistant strains of fungi and result in a reduction of disease control. Famoxadone, one of the active ingredients in TANOS, is one of EPA’s Target Site of Action Group 11 fungicides, which also includes all strobilurins and fenamidone. A disease management program that includes rotation between TANOS and other non-Group 11 fungicides is essential to reduce the risk of fungicide resistance development. Tank-mixing TANOS with a protectant (contact) fungicide that has a different mode of action is required. This ensures optimum performance and further reduces the potential for resistance development. For guidance on the particular crop and disease control situation,
consult your state extension specialist or official state recommendations.

• Calibrate sprayers only with clean water away from the well site.
• Make scheduled checks of spray equipment.
• Ensure accurate measurement of pesticides by all operation employees.
• Mix only enough product for the job at hand.
• Avoid overfilling of spray tank.
• Do not discharge excess material on the soil at a single spot in the field/grove or mixing/loading station.
• Dilute and agitate excess solution and apply at labeled rates/uses.
• Avoid storage of pesticides near well sites.
• When triple rinsing the pesticide container, be sure to add the rinsate to the spray mix.

1. Fill the tank 1/4 to 1/3 full of water.
2. While agitating, add the required amount of TANOS.
3. Continue agitation until the TANOS is fully dispersed, at least 5 minutes. Once the DuPont TANOS is fully dispersed, maintain agitation and continue filling tank with water. TANOS must be thoroughly mixed with water before adding any other materials.
5. As the tank is filling, add tank mix partner(s) following the sequence listed in the TANK MIXTURES COMPATIBILITY section of this label.
6. If the mixture is not continuously agitated, settling will occur. If settling occurs, thoroughly re-agitate before using.
7. Apply TANOS spray mixture within 12 hours of mixing to avoid product degradation. If the pH of the spray solution is above 7, either add a buffering agent to lower the pH to below 7 or apply spray solution immediately.
8. If TANOS and a tank-mix partner(s) are to be applied in multiple loads, pre-slurry the TANOS in clean water prior to adding to the tank. This will prevent the tank-mix partner(s) from interfering with the dissolution of TANOS.

TANOS is compatible with many commonly used fungicides, liquid fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides and biological control products. TANOS must be applied in a tank-mix with fungicides that have a different mode-of-action (non-Group 11 fungicides), which ensures optimal disease control. Refer to tank-mix partner label(s) for information on fungal diseases controlled, application information and conditions, and use restrictions.
Unless specified on this label or a TANOS supplemental label, follow the label guidelines that are most restrictive.
The physical compatibility of TANOS with tank-mix partner(s) must be evaluated before use. To determine the physical compatibility, the recommended proportions of products must be added into a suitable container of water in the following sequence:
1. TANOS and other water dispersible granules
2. Wettable powders
3. Liquid flowables
4. Emulsifiable concentrates
Mix thoroughly and allow to stand for at least 20 minutes.
If the combination remains mixed or can be re-mixed readily, it is considered physically compatible.
Crop tolerance of all crops listed on the label has been found generally acceptable. However, it is not possible to evaluate the crop safety of all applications of Tanos in potential tankmixes with additives or other pesticides, on all varieties of all listed crops or under all environmental conditions and growing circumstances. Before applying any tank-mixture, the safety to the target crop must be confirmed. To test for crop safety, apply to a small area of the target crop in accordance with the label instructions to ensure that a phytotoxic response will not occur.

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Onions8 - 10 oz
Cucurbits8 - 10 oz
Grapes8 oz
Hops8 oz
Arugula8 - 10 oz
Cilantro8 - 10 oz
Cress8 - 10 oz
Lettuce8 - 10 oz
Spinach8 - 10 oz
Purslanes8 - 10 oz
Peppers8 - 10 oz
Potatoes6 - 8 oz
Tomatoes6 - 8 oz