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Bravo ZN fungicide label expanded to 30 new crops

January 6, 2015  By Press release

January 6, 2015, Guelph, Ont – Syngenta Canada Inc. recently announced that Bravo ZN, a fungicide used by many potato growers, has received registration for use on 30 new crops including pulses, fruiting vegetables, cucurbit vegetables, blueberries, onions and ginseng.

“Bravo ZN is widely used by potato growers to control in-season disease pressure,” says Eric Phillips, product lead for fungicides and insecticides with Syngenta Canada. “Now, growers can realize the same disease control across a broad range of crops, thanks to the recent label expansion of Bravo ZN fungicide.”

Bravo ZN is a broad-spectrum, contact fungicide powered by the active ingredient chlorothalonil, which offers protection against several damaging diseases. It also includes WeatherStik technology, a patented surfactant from Syngenta, which maximizes the product’s rainfastness.


Use rates, application interval days and pre-harvest intervals vary by crop. Growers should consult the product label prior to application.

For more information about Bravo ZN fungicide, please contact your local Syngenta representative, visit the Bravo ZN product page on or contact the Customer Resource Centre at 1‑87‑SYNGENTA (1‑877‑964‑3682).

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