product name: AZOXYSTROBIN brand name:TC Products

Active ingredients:AZOXYSTROBIN


CAS No.131860-33-8


  Azoxystrobin is a systemic fungicide, active against Ascomycetes,  Basidiomycetes, Deuteromycetes and Oomycetes. It has preventative, curative  and translaminar properties and residual activity lasting for up to eight  weeks on cereals. The product demonstrates slow, steady foliar uptake and  moves only in the xylem. Azoxystrobin inhibits mycelial growth and also has  anti-sporulant activity. It is particularly effective at the early stages of  fungal development (especially at spore germination) due to its inhibition of  energy production. The product is classified as a Group K fungicide.

  Azoxystrobin has been found to be very toxic to Macintosh apple trees and any  apple varieties derived from Macintosh; phytotoxicity has also been observed  on some crabapples.
  The product can be mixed with Ambush, Bravo, Captan, copper hydroxide,  Dominex, Dipel, Karate, Larvin, Fortress (D0059), Talstar and Thiodan.
  Azoxystrobin effectively controlled damping-off and foliar diseases of  vegetables (e.g. lettuce, tomatoes) and ornamentals (e.g. roses, carnations)  in Northern Italy.
  Field trials in Taiwan showed promising control of a wide range of diseases  of winter peppers and a 10% increase in yield following two or three  applications of Amistar (25% SC).
  Strobilurins and the structurally unrelated famoxadone and fenamidone form a  cross-resistance group called Qol-STAR by FRAC. Rapid resistance first  developed in Erisyphe graminis tritici and Sphaerotheca fuliginea, and is  attributed to the same mutation. In controlled environment studies, resistant  strains of the former were as fit as sensitive populations, but resistant  strains of the latter were significantly less fit than sensitive wild-types.  Results with Venturia inaequalis suggested a different resistance mechanism.
  Isolates of Alternaria solani (early blight) collected from potato fields in  the USA before and after the introduction of azoxystrobin showed large  increases in EC50 correlating with lack of field efficacy.
  In US cotton, in-furrow application of azoxystrobin improved seedling  survival and, generally, final yield.


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