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Postiva
Unique Combination of Active Ingredients, Long-lasting Disease Control

Postiva™ provides long-lasting protection against the most challenging ornamental diseases.

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Postiva Fungicide

Postiva fungicide is powered by ADEPIDYN® technology, the first member of a subclass of SDHIs, and difenoconazole, a DMI fungicide. With two modes of action, Postiva provides strong protection and reliable control of difficult diseases such as Fusarium, leaf spots, Botrytis, powdery mildew, as well as bacterial suppression.

Active Ingredients:

Pydiflumetofen, Difenoconazole

EPA#:

100-1661

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          Features & Benefits

          • Features a combination unique to the ornamental market in FRAC Groups 7 and 3
          • Rapidly absorbed into plant tissue creating a rainfast barrier of protection, preventing infection and disease progression
          • Bacterial disease suppression (Pseudomonas spp. and Xanthomonas spp.)
          • Applications can be made by spray, drench, chemigation or cold fogging
          • Excellent rotation partner to diversify programs for more comprehensive and broader-spectrum control
          • Outstanding efficacy and long-lasting control of Fusarium spp., powdery mildews and leaf spot diseases
          • Provides a complete plant protection treatment against fungal and bacterial pathogens.
          • Flexible application methods fit any operation

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          Learn how to perfect your program with Postiva with the help of the Postiva Learning Module. Discover in more detail how this fungicide provides long-lasting protection against the most challenging ornamental diseases with two modes of action.
           

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