Sep 20, 2012
Zampro fungicide receives EPA registration

Vegetable and grape growers now have a new mode of action for managing downy mildew and Phytophthora blight (crown rot) on their crops with BASF’s Zampro fungicide receiving EPA registration.

Zampro is a multi-site preventative fungicide containing a unique new chemistry. Labeled crops include: cucurbits, leaf vegetables, grape, fruiting and bulb vegetables, potato, and hops.

With its new chemical class, Zampro fungicide offers an excellent tool for successful resistance management,” said Katherine Walker, BASF technical service representative. “It’s effective, easy to use, and will help ensure reliable crop quality and yield – and thus will be adding to growers’ confidence and convenience.”

Here is a link to the learning module:

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