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Zoxis

250g/l  azoxystrobin

Crops

  • Asparagus (outdoor)
  • Barley
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels sprout
  • Bulb onion
  • Cabbage
  • Calabrese
  • Carrot
  • Cauliflower
  • collards (spring greens)
  • Combining pea
  • Leek
  • Oats
  • Potato
  • Rye
  • Triticale
  • Vining pea
  • Wheat

Introduction

Zoxis is a broad-spectrum fungicide ideally suited for use in IPM programmes in cereals, pulses and asparagus.

 

Key Strengths

  • Broad spectrum control of important diseases including septoria, fusarium and rust.
  • Ideally suited for use in IPM programmes
  • Azoystrobin also promotes a range of beneficial physiological and greening effects, so helping the crop towards its full genetic potential

Quick Facts

Foliar fungicide.

Formulation

Suspension concentrate

Strobilurin

Azoxystrobin possesses a novel biochemical mode of action. Its fungicidal activity results from the inhibition of mitochondrial respiration in fungi.

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 crop) Latest time of application:
Barley, rye, triticale, wheat & oats 1 - 2 Up to and including grain watery ripe stage
Combining pea 1 - 2 36 days before harvest
Vining pea 1 - 2 14 days before harvest
Asparagus (outdoor) 1 - 2 Before senescence
Bulb onions 1 - 2 14 days before harvest
Carrots 1 - 2 14 days before harvest
Leeks 1 - 2 21 days before harvest
Potato 3 - 1 At planting as an in-furrow treatment
Field beans 1 - 2 35 days before harvest
OSR 1 - 2 21 days before harvest
Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale (winter greens), collards (spring greens), broccoli & calabrese 1 - 2 14 days before harvest

For Brussels sprout, cabbage, cauliflower, kale (winter greens), collards (spring greens), broccoli and calabrese, a maximum total dose of 500g azoxystrobin must not be exceeded within a 12 month period on the same field.

 

To reduce the risk of the development of resistance in the target diseases, a maximum of only two applications of any Qol fungicide to cereal crops are permitted.

Introduction

Zoxis is a broad-spectrum fungicide ideally suited for use in IPM programmes in cereals, pulses and asparagus.

 

Key Strengths

  • Broad spectrum control of important diseases including septoria, fusarium and rust.
  • Ideally suited for use in IPM programmes
  • Azoystrobin also promotes a range of beneficial physiological and greening effects, so helping the crop towards its full genetic potential

Crops

  • Asparagus (outdoor)
  • Barley
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels sprout
  • Bulb onion
  • Cabbage
  • Calabrese
  • Carrot
  • Cauliflower
  • collards (spring greens)
  • Combining pea
  • Leek
  • Oats
  • Potato
  • Rye
  • Triticale
  • Vining pea
  • Wheat

Quick Facts

Foliar fungicide.

Formulation

Suspension concentrate

Strobilurin

Azoxystrobin possesses a novel biochemical mode of action. Its fungicidal activity results from the inhibition of mitochondrial respiration in fungi.

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 crop) Latest time of application:
Barley, rye, triticale, wheat & oats 1 - 2 Up to and including grain watery ripe stage
Combining pea 1 - 2 36 days before harvest
Vining pea 1 - 2 14 days before harvest
Asparagus (outdoor) 1 - 2 Before senescence
Bulb onions 1 - 2 14 days before harvest
Carrots 1 - 2 14 days before harvest
Leeks 1 - 2 21 days before harvest
Potato 3 - 1 At planting as an in-furrow treatment
Field beans 1 - 2 35 days before harvest
OSR 1 - 2 21 days before harvest
Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale (winter greens), collards (spring greens), broccoli & calabrese 1 - 2 14 days before harvest

For Brussels sprout, cabbage, cauliflower, kale (winter greens), collards (spring greens), broccoli and calabrese, a maximum total dose of 500g azoxystrobin must not be exceeded within a 12 month period on the same field.

 

To reduce the risk of the development of resistance in the target diseases, a maximum of only two applications of any Qol fungicide to cereal crops are permitted.