Quintec Fungicide controls powdery mildew in cherries, grapes, hops, lettuce, melons, strawberries and peppers. It has a unique ability to redistribute around fruit and foliage to form a protective barrier, which allows it to reach hard-to-cover areas after application. Quintec also offers an extended spray interval that protects foliage and fruit long after application, and a mode of action that has never before been used. Highly effective against powdery mildew in cherries, grapes, hops, lettuce, melons, peppers and strawberries.
Extended spray interval of 10 to 14 days for most crops and up to 21 days for grapes. Unique mode of action, never before used in North American crops. Makes an excellent rotational product with other fungicide classes e. Does not disturb populations of most key non-target species or biological control agents e. Proper resistance management for powdery mildew in grapes requires use of different classes of fungicides.Rally fungicide (a sterol inhibitor) used in rotation with Quintec fungicide (a quinoline) will help achieve this. Powdery Mildew Control in Grapes. Powdery Mildew Control in Strawberries. Approximate use rate: 3-8.2 ounces per acre (0.07-0.19 ounce per 1,000 square feet). See label for specific use rate. Quinoxyfen: 5,7-dichloro-4-(p-fluorophenoxy) quinoline...... If your state is not listed, there are no restrictions in your state. Restricted - No sales to State.