Field vegetable fungicide Rudis (prothioconazole) has gained a new approval for control of Sclerotinia, Alternaria and powdery mildew in carrots.Read more >
The fungicide Rudis with tzt technology has gained approval for use on cauliflower and broccoli/calabrese. Its label now covers all the main outdoor brassica crops.
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Crops of autumn cauliflower usually require two fungicide sprays to keep them clean through the September to December period of disease pressure. The Allium & Brassica Centre’s Andy Richardson sees Rudis (prothioconazole) fitting well as the second spray after a strobilurin-based fungicide such as Nativo 75 WG (trifloxystrobin + tebuconazole) which is often used first for broad spectrum control and white blister protection.