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GROUP FUNGICIDE. Crop Disease Application Rate WHP Critical Comments Pyrethrum Ryegrass and fescue seed crops Sclerotina sclerotiorum Leaf rust, Stem rust-Apply in at least 100 L of water/ha-G 14 days 350 mL/ha 290 mL/ha Apply twice, in rotation with other control measures day intervals.

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Use of tebuconazole + pyraclostrobin on soybean would result in only 0.17 million lbs a.i. Headline ® SBR/Headline ® STAR(89,000 lb ai tebuconazole + 77,000 lb ai pyraclostrobin applied only once and 178,000 lb ai tebuconazole + 154,000 lb ai pyraclostrobin if applied twice) used if 1 million soybean ...


Page : 1 of 4 Revised edition no : 2 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Date : 27/6/2005 Supersedes : 9/1/2005 ALPHA TEBUCONAZOLE 20EW R-10819.DPD 1.

Characterization and Management of Bermudagrass Decline on ...

In contrast, results of several years of fungicide evaluations on poa/bent greens indicates that Eagle is one of the safest products to use on cool season turf, while tebuconazole applications resulted in significant phytotoxicity to Poa annua.

Rygel Tebuconazole 430 Fungicide - MSDS

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET _____ Rygel Australia Pty Ltd 1 of 4 Product: Rygel Tebuconazole 430 Fungicide ACN: 106 839 007 Issued: 10-Oct-2008 Rygel Tebuconazole 430 Fungicide 1.

Rhodia formulations on tebuconazole

TABLE OF CONTENTS  TEBUCONAZOLE 250 EC 1. Standard formulation with N, N - Dimethyl fatty acid amide 2. Rhodia patented formulation 3. Cheaper solution : the use of isophoron  Blended formulations: tebuconazole + triadimefon EC  FLOWABLE CONCENTRATE FOR SEED TREATMENT (FS) 1.


Tebuconazole Bayer Advanced All-in-One Rose & Flower Care; Bayer Advanced 3-in-1 Insect, Disease, & Mite control, Bayer Advanced Disease Control for Flowers, Roses, and Shrubs Controls black spot, powdery mildew, rust, and southern blight on roses, flowers, azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias and other landscape ...

Method Development and Fate Determination of Pesticide ...

University of California, Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, California 95616 The fate of residues of seven agrochemicals (chlorfenapyr, quinoxyfen, tebuconazole, fenarimol,


EFSA Scientific Report (2008) 176, 1-109 Conclusion on the peer review of tebuconazole http://www.efsa. europa.eu 1 of 6 CONCLUSION ON PESTICIDE PEER REVIEW Conclusion regarding the peer review of the pesticide risk assessment of the active substance tebuconazole Issued on 25 September 2008 S ...

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Tebuconazole works, year after year, even after 25 years. ■ Countries in which tebuconazole-containing products are registered for use in a wide range of crops.