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New fungicide approved for hop growers in Ontario to combat downy mildew

Posted: Feb 7, 2013

Canadian hop growers have a new fungicide in their arsenal  – ZAMPRO has been registered as a horticultural fungicide for hop growers to control downy mildew and late blight in a broad range of crops and crop groups: grapes, potatoes, brassica vegetable group, leafy vegetable group, bulb vegetable group, cucurbit group, fruiting vegetable group and hops. A co-formulation of two active ingredients (Ametoctradin: A brand new mode of action for oomycete fungal control; Dimethomorph: a time-trusted performer), ZAMPRO will provide horticultural growers with excellent control of downy mildew and late blight in a broad range of crops and crop groups: grapes, potatoes, brassica vegetable group, leafy vegetable group, bulb vegetable group, cucurbit group, fruiting vegetable group and hops. ZAMPRO: Downy Mildew & Late Blight Control ·        Two modes of action ·        Anti-sporulant & protectant ·        Recharges with moisture As the latest horticultural product BASF has introduced to the Canadian market in recent years, ZAMPRO is further evidence of our proud commitment to Canada’s horticultural industry. ZAMPRO will be included in the 2013 AgSolutions®-Hort Grower Rewards Program. ZAMPRO is available through BASF.  Technical sales support of ZAMPRO and all other BASF horticultural products is provided by Engage Agro Corporation.
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