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Confine emergency use registration


August 31, 2009
By Marg Land


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August 31, 2009, Guelph, Ont. – Confine fungicide (mono- and
di-potassium salts of phosphorous acid) has received an emergency use
registration for suppression of late blight in tomatoes.

August 31, 2009, Guelph, Ont. – Confine fungicide (mono- and di-potassium salts of phosphorous acid) has received an emergency use registration for suppression of late blight in tomatoes.

This registration is to address short supplies of other late blight fungicides. The product can be used in rotation with other late blight fungicides to manage late blight.
 
Growers should use a maximum of two applications of Confine fungicide per growing season as a foliar spray in a program for suppression of late blight in field tomatoes. Apply Confine fungicide at a rate of 5.8 – 11.7 L/ha in minimum of 100 litres of water/hectare.
 
The pre-harvest interval is one day. 
 
For a copy of the emergency use label, contact Janice LeBoeuf (janice.leboeuf@ontario.ca or
519-674-1699).

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