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Enervin® SC

Enervin® SC is a fungicide for late blight control that is used in potatoes and leeks. It contains Amectoctradin which is from a unique class of complex III inhibitors with a different mode of action. Amectoctradin is classified as a QoSI, binding to stigmatellin subsite within the respiratory complex III.

Benefits

  • It is an excellent complimentary partner for other activities and is a great alternative to products with CAA or Qol chemistry.
  • Acts as a great mixer product as it belonging to a different FRAC group. Ensure it is applied with a fungicide that has a different mode of action.
  • Allows for up to four applications of an individual QoSI product in a season (3 in sequence) used in a group mix with other actives. Total of 6 applicants of multiples QoSI products making up a maximum of 50% of the intended number of applicants.

Product Details

Active ingredient(s)200g/L Ametoctradin
FormulationSC
Pack size5L
CropsPotato and Leek
Disease activityPhythopthora
Maximum individual dose1.2L/Ha
Maximum number of treatments4
Latest time of application7 days before harvest
Water volume200-400L/Ha
Aquatic buffer zoneN/A
Active ingredient(s)200g/L Ametoctradin
FormulationSC
Pack size5L
CropsPotato and Leek
Disease activityPhythopthora
Maximum individual dose1.2L/Ha
Maximum number of treatments4
Latest time of application7 days before harvest
Water volume200-400L/Ha
Aquatic buffer zoneN/A
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Why Enervin SC?

How does it work?

Initium (ametoctradin) interrupts the life cycle by effectively inhibiting the formation and release of zoospores.

The intrinsic efficacy of Initium against zoospores is high and causes the zoospores to burst, thus breaking the reproduction cycle.

If you want to find out more please visit our virtual tour on our Real Results Virtual Farm: https://potatoes.basfrealresultsfarm.com

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact your local BASF Agronomy Manager.

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