Segovis Fungicide | GreenCast | Syngenta

Product Overview

Put Downy Mildew and Phytophthora spp. down for the count

Segovis® fungicide sets a higher standard for control of downy mildew and Phytophthora spp. diseases. Its strong activity and systemic properties provide long-lasting control when applied as a drench or foliar spray at low use rates. Fueled by a new mode of action, Segovis is a critical part of a rotation program to help manage disease resistance on a wide range of plants, trees and shrubs.

Cultivate ’16 New Product Zone: Mural, Segovis and Mainspring GNL

 

Key Features

  • Contains the active ingredient oxathiapiprolin and offers a unique mode of action for control of downy mildew and Phytophthora spp. on potted and bedding plants, foliage plants, perennials, trees and shrubs.
  • Long-lasting disease control when sprayed or drenched at low use rates in greenhouses, shade and lath houses, retail nurseries, outdoor nursery production and commercial landscapes.
  • Excellent rotation partner with Heritage, Micora® and Subdue Maxx® fungicides for a complete downy mildew and Phytophthora solution.

Key Benefits

  • Added convenience and versatility with many labeled use sites, 4-hour REI (restricted-entry interval) and ability to apply as a spray or drench.
  • Low use rates and long-lasting control leads to less time and cost inputs.
  • Novel mode of action provides new tool for growers to diversify rotation programs and manage resistance concerns.

Additional Information

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Phytopthora nicotianae

Segovis provides long-lasting control of Phytophthora spp. diseases at low use rates. This trial shows how it performed on petunias with a drench application 21 days before inoculation.

Petunia – Inoculated (left), Segovis 2 floz/100 gal (center), Segway® 3 floz/100 gal (right)

2016 Vero Beach Research Center

Download Supporting Segovis Documents

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Downy Mildew Prevention Schedule(PDF)

Follow these tips to help prevent downy mildew on your crops.

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Nursery Brochure(PDF)

Learn more about our vast portfolio of insecticides, fungicides and herbicides available for use in nurseries.

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Segovis Information Sheet(PDF)

Prevent and manage diseases caused by downy mildew and Phytophthora spp.

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For control of diseases of ornamental plants grown in greenhouses, outdoor growing structures (including shade houses, lath houses and other outdoor growing structures), and nurseries and outdoor ornamental plants grown in commercial landscapes

Active Ingredient(s): Oxathiapiprolin

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  • Section 2 (ee) - Alabama - Downy mildew
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