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Epoxiconazole

Epoxiconazole is a broad-spectrum systemic fungicide used to control a wide range of fungal diseases, and is the most active of all the broad spectrum triazoles sold today.

 

Epoxiconazole is a broad-spectrum systemic fungicide used to control a wide range of fungal diseases, and is the most active of all the  braod spectrum triazoles sold today.  First manufactured by BASF in 1983, epoxicinazole is used worldwide in a wide range of products, on its own and in combination with other fungicides.  Epoxiconazole is effective at controlling Septoria, brown rust, yellow rust, net blotch, powdery mildew, sooty mould, Rhynchosporium, fusarium and eye spot.   It can be applied to crops including wheat, barley, rye, oats and triticale.  Epoxiconazole acts by preventing spore formation and fungal growth due to disruption of cellular metabolism and biosynthesis.

Agachem Access sells exopiconazole as Oropa, a suspension concentrate containing 125 g/l epoxiconazole.

Other products containing epoxiconazole include Bassoon and Bassoon EC from BASF, Agrigaurd Epoxiconazole, Agrotech-Epoxiconazole 125 SC, Ajax 125 SC,  Amber (Makhteshim-Agan), Bowman (Makhteshim-Agan), Clayton Oust, Clayton Oust SC, Cortex (Makhtshim-Agan), Crown, Epic (BASF), Epox 125 (BASF), Epoxi, Epoxi 125, Epoxi 125 SC, Hi-Poxi 125, Ignite (BASF), Landgold Epoxi, Landgold Epoxiconazole, Milentus Epoxiconazole , Opus (BASF),  Overture, RouteOne Epro 125, Rubric, Starburst, Strand, Supo and Torrent.

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