Priaxor EC is a protectant and systemic fungicide for use in winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, winter barley, spring barley, winter oats, spring oats, winter rye, spring rye, winter triticale and spring triticale. When applied for disease control this product may increase green leaf area retention of wheat, barley, rye and triticale.
Priaxor EC is available in partner packs with Myresa, the tank mix providing a broad spectrum of activity.
- Large and quality yields
- Flexibility in application
- AgCelence® physiological effects
Why Priaxor EC?
Why use Priaxor® EC?
Priaxor® EC formulation offers control on a broad spectrum of foliar diseases and brings AgCelence® benefits. Pyraclostrobin, the active ingredient, has a protective, curative and eradicating action, it inhibits spore germination and controls mycelium and sporulation growth. Pyraclostrobin has a translaminar and local systemic action. Fluxapyroxad, the active ingredient, has excellent preventive and curative properties, it strongly inhibits spore germination, germination tube extension, mycelium growth and sporulation (all major stages of disease development). The combining of the two active ingredients offers control on a broad spectrum of foliar diseases and brings a benefit against resistance management.
|Active ingredient(s)||75 g/l fluxapyroxad and 150 g/l pyraclostrobin|
|Formulation||Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)|
|Pack size||5 litres in outers of two (includes one 5 litre pack of Myresa)|
|Crop(s)||Winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, winter barley, spring barley, winter oats, spring oats, winter rye, spring rye, winter triticale and spring triticale|
|Disease activity||Septoria tritici, Septoria nodorum, yellow rust, brown rust, powdery mildew, tan spot, net blotch, Ramularia, Rhynchosporium and crown rust (for levels of control see label)|
|Maximum individual dose||1.5 litres per hectare|
|Maximum number of treatments||Two per crop|
|Latest time of application||Up to and including flowering (anthesis) just complete (GS 69)|
|Water volume||150-300 litres per hectare|
|Aquatic buffer zone||5 m reducible|
|Processed crops||When applied to barley intended for malting, refer to the latest timing restrictions given by the British Beer and Pub Association (currently up to GS 45 only, maximum dose 62.5 g/ha for fluxapyroxad and before ear emergence only for pyraclostrobin)|