Propulse

Overview

Breaking the Mould



Propulse® fungicide for dry and edible beans provides unparalleled disease control with best-in-class protection against the most serious dry bean diseases, including white mould (sclerotinia) and anthracnose.

With 2 modes of action, Propulse combines fluopyram (Group 7) with the proven defense of prothioconazole (Group 3), offering exceptional yields and unparalleled disease protection.

Why choose Propulse?

  • Industry-leading control of both white mould and anthracnose
  • Superior disease control resulting in improved seed quality and grade
  • Contact and systemic protection for immediate and extended protection
  • Easy to use liquid formulation

Propulse Trial Results

Propulse vs. untreated crops
2012/2014 dry bean yields

Active Ingredients

Fluopyram – Group 7
Prothioconzale – Group 3

Resistance Management

Excellent resistance management tool as Propulse contains 2 modes of action

Crops

Dry beans
Edible beans


Pests Controlled

Anthracnose
White mould

Provinces Registered

Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Yukon

Application

Application Tips



  • Do not apply more than 2 applications per season.

 

Rate
300 mL/ac. standard rate

 

Timing

For best results on white mould apply just prior to the first pin bean being formed. If conditions warrant, a second application can be done 10 days later, recommended before the bean canopy closes in

 

Water Volume

Ground only – minimum of 10 US gal./ac.

 

Rainfastness

One to two hours after application, when dry

 

Residue and Grazing

Re-entry interval: 24 hours
Pre-harvest interval: 14 days

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