May 7, 2024
Fungicide receives registration in California

Crop protection company Albaugh has received registration from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation for a fungicide that helps protect against soilborne Oomycete diseases.

ThriveTM 4M fungicide helps protect against Pythium and Phytophthora spp. in potatoes, tree nuts, fruits, vegetables and other labeled crops, according to a news release.

The fungicide may be applied using ground, aerial or chemigation methods, and is easy to handle and store, according to the release.

“Thrive 4M is a great addition to Albaugh’s fungicide portfolio that strengthens our product offerings for customers in our California specialty crop markets,” Andy Bogue, Albaugh U.S. sales director – Crop Protection, said in the release. “Not only does it provide an alternative option for disease protection on a myriad of crops, it also gives growers the added benefit of improved plant stands, root health and crop vigor.”

Albaugh is a privately owned U.S. limited liability company founded in 1979 by Dennis Albaugh and headquartered in Ankeny, Iowa. Its portfolio includes core crop protection products, seed treatment platform and a line of turf and ornamental specialty products.

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P.O. Box 128
Sparta, MI 49345


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