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Pyrus 400 SC

400g/l  pyrimethanil

Crops

  • Apple
  • Blackberry
  • Pear
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry

Introduction

Fungicide for control of leaf scab in apples and pears and grey mould on strawberry, raspberry and blackberry.

 

Key Strengths

  • Proven control against leaf scab in apples and pears.
  • Only pyrimethanil product with label use on raspberry and blackberry against grey mould
  • Use on strawberries in protected and field situations against grey mould

Quick Facts

Preventative foliar fungicide

Formulation

Suspension concentrate

Anilinopyrimidine

Used in preventative spray programs, affect fungus protein biosynthesis, thus affecting subsequent cell division and preventing infestation.

2 years

Temperature from -10C to +35, keep in original container, tightly closed, in a safe place.

Crops/situations: Maximum individual dose: (l product / ha) Maximum total dose: Maximum number of treatments: (per year) Latest time of application:
Strawberry 2 - 2 Three days before harvest
Blackberry, raspberry 2 - 2 Seven days before harvest
Apple, pear 1 - 4 56 days before harvest

 

The following Aquatic Buffer Zones must be observed:

Crops/situations: Aquatic buffer zone distance (metres): Comment:
Blackberry, raspberry, strawberry 5 See label for details
Apple, pear 15 See label for details

CROP-SPECIFIC INFORMATION

Crop Pest Rate of Use Timing
Apple and Pear Leaf scab 1 litre product per hectare in 330 to 500 litres water per hectare.* Apply as part of a programme of preventative fungicides. Applications can be made from start of bud burst at intervals of 7 days, using a maximum of 4 applications per year. A minimum of 56 days must elapse between the last treatment and harvest.
Strawberry (outdoor and protected), raspberry and blackberry Grey mould 2 litres product per hectare in 500 to 900 litres of water per hectare. It is important to achieve accurate and complete coverage of the plant rows for effective protection of the crop. Apply as part of a programme of preventative fungicides. Applications can be made from pre-bloom up to 7 days before harvest at intervals of 7 to 10 days depending on disease conditions. Ensure adequate penetration of the canopy and coverage of the foliage and flowers/fruit. To avoid resistance, alternate treatments in a programme with fungicides with different modes of action which give effective grey mould control.

* For dose adjustment to follow changing tree height or cropping environment it is recommended that the PACE process is followed. PACE is a recognised process in the UK, info on PACE at http://pjwrc.co.uk/

 

Where tree height and/or canopy density is reduced, the dose (and water volume) should be adjusted in accordance with an appropriate dose adjustment scheme. Consult your specialist advisor for further information. Further information on the PACE scheme is available from HDC, or see the HDC leaflet (Orchard Spraying: Opportunities to reduce rates)’

 

APPLICATION

 

Application via hand held equipment is only permitted for strawberry crops.

 

Add the required quantity of Pyrus 400 SC to a half-filled spray tank with continuous agitation, then add the remaining volume of water. Spray immediately after mixing and continue agitation during spraying. Wash out the sprayer thoroughly with water and liquid detergent immediately after use. Finally wash out with water and drain.

Introduction

Fungicide for control of leaf scab in apples and pears and grey mould on strawberry, raspberry and blackberry.

 

Key Strengths

  • Proven control against leaf scab in apples and pears.
  • Only pyrimethanil product with label use on raspberry and blackberry against grey mould
  • Use on strawberries in protected and field situations against grey mould

Crops

  • Apple
  • Blackberry
  • Pear
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry

Quick Facts

Preventative foliar fungicide

Formulation

Suspension concentrate

Anilinopyrimidine

Used in preventative spray programs, affect fungus protein biosynthesis, thus affecting subsequent cell division and preventing infestation.

2 years

Temperature from -10C to +35, keep in original container, tightly closed, in a safe place.

Crops/situations: Maximum individual dose: (l product / ha) Maximum total dose: Maximum number of treatments: (per year) Latest time of application:
Strawberry 2 - 2 Three days before harvest
Blackberry, raspberry 2 - 2 Seven days before harvest
Apple, pear 1 - 4 56 days before harvest

 

The following Aquatic Buffer Zones must be observed:

Crops/situations: Aquatic buffer zone distance (metres): Comment:
Blackberry, raspberry, strawberry 5 See label for details
Apple, pear 15 See label for details

CROP-SPECIFIC INFORMATION

Crop Pest Rate of Use Timing
Apple and Pear Leaf scab 1 litre product per hectare in 330 to 500 litres water per hectare.* Apply as part of a programme of preventative fungicides. Applications can be made from start of bud burst at intervals of 7 days, using a maximum of 4 applications per year. A minimum of 56 days must elapse between the last treatment and harvest.
Strawberry (outdoor and protected), raspberry and blackberry Grey mould 2 litres product per hectare in 500 to 900 litres of water per hectare. It is important to achieve accurate and complete coverage of the plant rows for effective protection of the crop. Apply as part of a programme of preventative fungicides. Applications can be made from pre-bloom up to 7 days before harvest at intervals of 7 to 10 days depending on disease conditions. Ensure adequate penetration of the canopy and coverage of the foliage and flowers/fruit. To avoid resistance, alternate treatments in a programme with fungicides with different modes of action which give effective grey mould control.

* For dose adjustment to follow changing tree height or cropping environment it is recommended that the PACE process is followed. PACE is a recognised process in the UK, info on PACE at http://pjwrc.co.uk/

 

Where tree height and/or canopy density is reduced, the dose (and water volume) should be adjusted in accordance with an appropriate dose adjustment scheme. Consult your specialist advisor for further information. Further information on the PACE scheme is available from HDC, or see the HDC leaflet (Orchard Spraying: Opportunities to reduce rates)’

 

APPLICATION

 

Application via hand held equipment is only permitted for strawberry crops.

 

Add the required quantity of Pyrus 400 SC to a half-filled spray tank with continuous agitation, then add the remaining volume of water. Spray immediately after mixing and continue agitation during spraying. Wash out the sprayer thoroughly with water and liquid detergent immediately after use. Finally wash out with water and drain.