Ziram Granuflo Fungicide

$89.99

Growers can use Ziram Granuflo fungicide as a broad-spectrum, protectant fungicide to help protect fruits, nuts, ornamentals, and vegetables from disease development with multisite activity. Using Ziram Granuflo with other fungicide classes can lower your cost, increase your spectrum of control, and minimize resistance development. Ziram Granuflo is most effective when used before disease development.

Active Ingredient: Zinc Dimethyldithiocarbamate 76.0%

Group M3 Fungicide

Net Contents: 20 pounds

EPA#45728-12

Not labeled for use in Alaska, Arizona or Hawaii.

In stock (can be backordered)

SKU: 82-053a Category: Tag:

Description

Growers can use Ziram Granuflo fungicide as a broad-spectrum, protectant fungicide to help protect fruits, nuts, ornamentals, and vegetables from disease development with multisite activity. Using Ziram Granuflo with other fungicide classes can lower your cost, increase your spectrum of control, and minimize resistance development. Ziram Granuflo is most effective when used before disease development.

Ziram Granuflo is a multisite fungicide that inhibits spore germination and mycelium growth by interfering with various enzymes involved in the respiration process. Its ability to act on many sites of the biochemical process ensures that Ziram Granuflo remains at low risk for resistance development and retains its efficacy against many fungi.

The water-dispersible granules (WDG) processing technique was developed by Taminco and registered under the trade name Granuflo. This high-quality formulation is virtually dust-free and disperses quickly in the spray tank. It doesn’t clog nozzles and is not affected by freezing temperatures.

  • 76% water-dispersible granule
  • Broad-spectrum, protectant fungicide
  • Multisite mode of action
  • Low risk of resistance
  • Use alone or in combination
  • Excellent disease control

Additional information

Weight 21 lbs
Dimensions 13 × 23 × 4 in

Read the label – Ziram Granuflo

SDS Sheet – Ziram Granuflo

See product label for complete information.

Alternaria Fruit Rot
Anthracnose
Apple Scab
Bitter Rot
Black Knot
Black Rot
Black Spot
Blossom Blight
Botrytis
Bothrytis Blight
Botrytis Bunch Rot
Brown Rot
Bull’s Eye Rot
Can and Stem Canker
Catkin Hypertrophy
Cedar Apple Rust
Downey Mildew
Early Blight
European Canker
Fabraea Leaf Spot
Fly Spec
Fruit Rot
Fusiform Rust
Leaf Blister
Leaf Curl
Leaf Spot
Melampsora Needle Rust
Mummyberry
Necrotic Leaf Blotch
Peach Leaf Curl
Peach Scab
Pear Scab
Pecan Scab
Perennial Canker
Petal Blight
Phomopsis
Phomopsis Cane and Leaf Spot
Plum Pockets
Powdery Mildew
Puccineastrum Needle Rust
Red Spot
Ripe Rot
Rust
Quince Rust
Scab
Septoria Leaf Spot
Shot Hole
Shoot Blight
Sooty Blotch
Sooty Peach
Stone-Hole
Storage Rot
Twig Blight
Witches’ Broom
Yellow Leaf Blister

Consult label for additional crop information.  

Alder
Almonds
American Hornbeam
Apples
Apple Pear
Apricots
Birch
Blueberries
California Buckeye
Cherries
Cherry Laurel
Choke Cherry
Conifers Pine Seedlings
Douglas Fir Christmas Trees
Elm
Flowering Crab Apple
Flowering Plum
Grapes
Maple
Nectarines
Oak
Oregon Crab Apple
Peaches
Pears
Pecans
Poplar
Quince
Shasta Fir Christmas Trees
Sweet Cherry
Tomatoes
Wild Cherry

This information is for reference only. It is the responsibility of the user to verify the product is registered and appropriate for use in a given state.

Not labeled for use in Alaska, Arizona or Hawaii.

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