Fungicide

A fungicide is a pesticide used to kill fungi or fungal spores, especially those that cause disease. Fungi can cause serious damage in agriculture, resulting in critical losses of yield, quality, and profit.

Copper oxychloride

Copper oxychloride


Uses:A wettable powder for the control of fungal soil-borne diseases e.g. damping-off, seed decay and root rot in seed beds.
Trade nameRegistration holderRegistration numberCAS number
Copper Oxychloride WPVilla Crop Protection (Pty) Ltd and Universal Crop Protection (Pty) LtdL62311332-40-7
Notes:All products listed as red status are under review by the FSC as HIGHLY HAZARDOUS pesticides and may be prohibited from use in the future. FSC certificate holders may use these products UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE by the FSC that they are no longer permitted.

Fludioxonil

Fludioxonil


Uses:A flowable concentrate fungicide with contact properties for control of seedling and seed diseases Rhizoctonia solani and Fusarium spp.
Trade nameRegistration holderRegistration numberCAS number
Celest 100 FSSyngenta South Africa (Pty) LtdL6173131341-86-1
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Prochloraz manganeze chloride

Prochloraz manganeze chloride


Uses:Eucalyptus seedlings and cuttings: To promote survival, rooting and vigour.
Trade nameRegistration holderRegistration numberCAS number
OctaveFMC Chemicals (Pty) LtdL340634494-03-6
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