Cereal fungicides - Nufarm Ireland

Nufarm Cereal fungicides registered in Ireland



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Joules
(chlorothalonil)

Winter and spring wheat, durum wheat, rye, triticale and winter and spring barley
Non-systemic broad spectrum protectant fungicide against Septoria Leaf blotch, Glume blotch and Leaf scald on various cereals. Useful addition to tank mixes to improve control of Septoria and a resistance management aid.
Septoria has become resistant to a number of actives and less sensitive to other active ingredients. Joules is multi-site acting and to date there have been no resistance issues. Click here for the latest trials information in Ireland
Mystique
(tebuconazole)

Wheat, barley and oats
Broad spectrum triazole fungicide that controls Septoria leaf spot and powdery mildew in cereals. Strains of Septoria are becoming less sensitive to triazoles and Mystique should always be used in combination with other fungicide actives
Tebuconazole it a good late generation triazole fungicide with a broad spectrum of activity. It is good for disease control in barley as well as wheat
Tazer
(azoxystrobin)

Wheat, barley, rye and triticale
Broad spectrum fungicide from the strobilurin with systemic, translaminar and protectant properties against a range of diseases including rust, powdery mildew, leaf and net blotch.
A very cost-effective tank-mixer product very effective against rusts and contributes towards control of a range of diseases especially at T2 and T3 timings. It is also one of the best strobilurin fungicides for giving the strobilurin greening effect allowing the crop more time to photosynthesise to produce a higher yield before the crop senesces
Grail
(tebuconazole + prochloraz\0

Winter and spring wheat
A combination of two actives with a DMI mode of action with the potential to help manage resistance. A particularly useful product for T0 and T1 timings but can be used up to before flowering
Prochloraz and tebuconazole are two fungicides with a similar mode of action. Not all DMI fungicides are the same and both these actives have been found to be effective against Septoria with different resistance mechanisms