Active Ingredient: Triforine @ 190g/L
Saprol Fungicide is a fungicide used as a foliar spray and a post-harvest dip for various tree, non-tree, ornamental and vine crops. Saprol Fungicide is made from Triforine. Triforine fungicides control fungal diseases in various crops, including certain stonefruit tree crops & ornamentals. Triforine belongs to the chemical class of dithiocarbamate fungicides.
Triforine works by inhibiting the growth of fungal cells and preventing the formation of new fungal spores. It is effective against various fungal diseases, including powdery mildew, black spot, and rust. Triforine is typically applied as a foliar spray and should be used according to label instructions.
What diseases does Saprol Fungicide target;
- Powdery mildew (Podosphaera leucotricha)
- Black spot (scab) (Venturia spp.)
- Blossom blight (Monilinia spp.)
- Brown rot (Monilinia spp.) (Monilinia laxa)
- White rust (Puccinia horiana)
- Black spot (Diplocarpon rosae)
- Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca pannosa)
- Rust (Phragmidium mucronatum)
What plants can Saprol Fungicide be used on;
- Apples (Not Golden Delicious or Cox’s Orange Pippin)
- Chrysanthemums (Not Shoesmith types or Cultivar Rivalry)
Application rates of Saprol Fungicide vary from 75mL – 150mL per 100L Water and are applied as a diluted or concentrated spray application. A wetting agent should not be used with Saprol Fungicide as this may cause excessive run-off. Triforine is a Group 3 fungicide. To prevent/delay the onset of resistance to DMI (dithiocarbamate) fungicides, use no more than four DMI sprays alone per season.
As with all pesticides, it is important to use Triforine responsibly and follow all safety precautions to minimise the risk of exposure to humans, animals, and the environment. It is recommended to wear protective clothing and equipment when handling and applying the fungicide and avoid spraying during windy conditions or when pollinators are active.
Pack Size: 5-Litre
Registrant: Sipcam Pacific Australia Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 48090)