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Segovis® fungicide sets a higher standard for Phytophthora spp. and downy mildew control. 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.
“We applied Segovis for downy mildew in the spring to coleus, agastache, ornamental cabbage and kale. Last year we lost 40% of our agastache crop to downy mildew but we didn’t have any issues with it this year. We sprayed Segovis preventively and there was no loss of the crop. When we saw signs of downy mildew on seed and vegetative varieties of coleus, we drenched with Segovis and it cleared right up. We were able to ship the crop seven days later; that may be my first time ever seeing something clear up like that and still be able to ship.”
Iwasaki Brothers Greenhouse
“In the past we have struggled to find a chemistry that can control many species of downy mildew. We tried Segovis on six crops with different types of downy mildew and we had at least 4-6 weeks of control under high disease pressure. We applied it to 6-inch perennial crops, including lupine and foxglove. It is great to have a drench option because it is hard to spray plants when they are cold, and that is when we have horrible downy mildew pressure. We were able to use Segovis as a drench and we didn’t have to follow up with a spray.”
Segovis provides long-lasting downy mildew control as a foliar spray at low use rates.
Treatment: Foliar spray applied twice on a 14-day interval
DAT = Days after treatment
2014 – Vero Beach Research Center
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
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