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Bravo ZN Fungicide

Uses

Crops

Potatoes; Pulse crops (lentils, dry peas, chickpeas); Blueberries (including lowb...

For management of

Lentils: Ascochyta blight (Ascochyta lentis) and Anthracnose (Colletotrichum truncatum); ...

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Application Information

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Water Volume

Specific to crop and disease. Use sufficient water to obtain adequate spray coverage  

Rainfastness

30 minutes  
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Tank Mixes

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Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group M-5 fungicide

Active ingredients

Chlorothalonil

PHI: Potatoes: 2 days. Chickpeas; 14 days. Lentils: 48 days. Tomatoes: 2 days. For all other crops, please see the label.
REI: 48 hours 4 hours for activities not involving hand labour – wear long pants, long-sleeved shirt, hat and chemical-resistant gloves.

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About this Product

Bravo® ZN is a  broad-spectrum, protectant fungicide for dependable foliar disease control.

Bravo ZN fungicide with WeatherStik® technology sticks and stays. The patented WeatherStik technology from Syngenta maximizes the ability of Bravo ZN to stick to plant surfaces, even during heavy rainfall or irrigation.

Product Benefits

  • Can be used on a wide variety of crops
  • Multi-site activity ensures that there is low risk of resistance development, even when used in multiple application programs year after year
  • Liquid formulation means no dust, no bags and no plugged nozzles
  • Sticks and stays thanks to WeatherStik technology
  • Rainfast in 30 minutes
  • Registered for both ground and aerial application

Packaging

  • Each case contains 2 x 10 L jugs
  • 450 L totes

Uses

For use on:

  • Potatoes
  • Pulse crops (lentils, dry peas, chickpeas)
  • Blueberries (including lowbush, sprout year)
  • Tomatoes (including processing tomatoes)
  • Vegetable and Field crops (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, carrot, celery, cucumber, mushroom, onions, parsnip, sweet corn, wheat)
  • Fruit crops (cantaloupe, muskmelon, honeydew, cherry (sweet and sour), cranberry, peach, nectarine, strawberry, watermelon, squash, pumpkin)

For a complete list of crops, please refer to the label.

For management of:

  • Lentils: Ascochyta blight (Ascochyta lentis) and Anthracnose (Colletotrichum truncatum)
  • Chickpeas: Ascochyta blight (Ascochyta rabiei)
  • Dry peas: Ascochyta blight (Mycosphaerella pinodes)
  • Highbush blueberries: Alternaria fruit rot (Alternaria tenuissima), Anthracnose fruit rot (Colletotrichum acutatum)Phomopsis canker (Phomopsis vaccinii)
  • Lowbush blueberries: Phomopsis canker (Phomopsis vaccinii), and suppression of Rust (Naohidemyces vaccinii)Septoria leaf spot (Septoria sp.)Valdensia leaf spot (Valdensinia heterodoxa)
  • Tomatoes (including processing tomatoes):  Early blight (Alternaria solani), late blight (Phytophthora infestans), Septoria leaf spot (Septoria lycopersici), Anthracnose (Colletotrichum coccodes)Botrytis gray mold (Botrytis cinerea)
  • Potatoes: Early blight (Alternaria solani), Late blight (Phytophthora infestans), Botrytis vine rot (Botrytis cinerea)
  • Bulb onion: Botrytis leaf blight (Botrytis squamosa)
  • Green onion: Botrytis leaf blight (Botrytis squamosa)
  • Celery: Early blight (Cercospora apii), Late blight (Septoria apicola)
  • Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower: Alternaria leaf spot (Alternaria brassicae), Downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica)
  • Carrot: Cercospora leaf blight (Cercospora carotae) Alternaria leaf blight (Alternaria dauci)
  • Parsnip: Root canker (Phoma complanata)
  • Cucumber: Anthracnose (Colletotrichum orbiculare), Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca fuliginea), Scab (Cladosporium cucumerinum)
  • Cantaloupe, Muskmelon, Honeydew: Anthracnose (Colletotrichum orbiculare), Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca fuliginea), Scab (Cladosporium cucumerinum)
  • Watermelon, Squash, Pumpkin: Anthracnose (Colletotrichum orbiculare), Scab (Cladosporium cucumerinum)
  • Cherry (Sweet and Sour): Blossom blight/Brown rot (Monilinia fructicola)
  • Cherry (Sour): Cherry leaf spot (Pre-harvest) (Blumeriella jaapii), Black knot (Apiosporina morbosa)
  • Peach and Nectarine: Blossom blight/Brown rot (Monilinia fructicola), Peach leaf curl (Taphrina deformans)
  • Strawberry: Botrytis Fruit Rot (Botrytis cinerea)
  • Cranberry: Fruit rots (Gloeosporium minus, Penicillium spp. and Pestalotia vaccinii)
  • Wheat: Septoria leafspot (Septoria tritici), stagonospora glume blotch (Stagonospora nodorum) and tan spot (Pyrenophora tritici-repentis)
  • Sweet corn: Common rust (Puccinia sorghi)
  • Mushroom: Dry bubble (Verticillium fungicola)
  • Cucurbit Vegetables: Downy mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis), Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca fuliginea)
  • Evening Primrose: Blight and dieback (Septoria oenotherae)
  • Asparagus: Purple Spot (Stemphylium vesicarium), Rust (Puccinia asparagi)
  • Filberts (Hazelnuts): Eastern filbert blight (Anisogramma anomala)

Application Information

Use Rates

For the complete list of crops, diseases and corresponding use rates, please consult the label.

Lentils: 0.8-1.6 L/acre (2.0-4.0 L/ha)

Chickpeas: 1.2-1.6 L/acre (3.0-4.0 L/ha) for first application, 0.8-1.2 L/acre (2.0-3.0 L/ha) for 2nd and 3rd applications

Dry peas: 0.8-1.2 L/acre (2.0-3.0 L/ha)

Highbush blueberries: 2.91 L/acre (7.2 L/ha): Alternaria fruit rot, Anthracnose fruit rot and Phomopsis canker

Lowbush blueberries (sprout year): 2.91 L/acre (7.2 L/ha): Leaf spot diseases (suppression ONLY) - Phomopsis canker, Rust, Septoria leaf spot, Valdensia leaf spot

Tomatoes: 1.0-1.6 L/acre (2.4-4.0 L/ha): Anthracnose, Early blight, Late blight, Septoria leaf spot

1.94 L/ac (4.8 L/ha): Botrytis grey mold

Potatoes: 0.5 -1.0 L/acre (1.2–2.4 L /ha): Botrytis vine rot Early blight, Late blight

  • The most common use rate for Bravo ZN on potatoes is 0.8–1.0 L per acre

Water Volume

Specific to crop and disease. Use sufficient water to obtain adequate spray coverage

Application Method

Aerial, Ground

Application Information

For the complete list of crops, diseases and corresponding use rates, please consult the label.

Lentils: 0.8-1.6 L/acre (2.0-4.0 L/ha)

  • Apply beginning at pre-flowering prior to row closure.
  • Make a second application (during bloom period).
  • Application interval 10 - 14 days.
  • No more than 2 applications per season.

Chickpeas: 1.2-1.6 L/acre (3.0-4.0 L/ha) for first application, 0.8-1.2 L/acre (2.0-3.0 L/ha) for 2nd and 3rd applications

  • Use high rate for first application and low rate for subsequent applications.
  • Make first application at very early flowering and remaining applications at 10-day intervals.
  • Application by ground only.
  • No more than three applications per season.

Dry peas: 0.8-1.2 L/acre (2.0-3.0 L/ha)

  • Apply beginning at early flowering.
  • Make a second application at early pod set, around 10 days after the first.
  • Always apply the higher rate when conditions are favourable for disease.
  • If conditions remain favourable for disease, a third application should be made 10–14 days later, during pod filling.
  • No more than three applications per season.
  • PHI: 32 days.

Highbush blueberries: 2.91 L/acre (7.2 L/ha) (Alternaria fruit rot, Anthracnose fruit rot and Phomopsis canker)

  • Apply three applications at green tip, pink bud and petal fall. 
  • After petal fall, a protective schedule using a different registered product may be necessary to ensure continued control of fruit rot.

Lowbush blueberries: 2.91 L/acre (7.2 L/ha):  (Leaf spot diseases (suppression ONLY) - Phomopsis canker, Rust, Septoria leaf spot, Valdensia leaf spot)

  • Make the first application in early to mid-June of the sprout year.
  • Follow with a second application in early August. 
  • Apply in 81-384 L of water/acre (200-950 L/ha)
  • Do not exceed 2 applications per season. 
  • Application should be based on the level of disease pressure in the previous year.
  • Do NOT apply by air.

Tomatoes: 1.0-1.6 L/acre (2.4-4.0 L/ha) (Anthracnose, Early blight, Late blight, Septoria leaf spot)

  • Begin applications when disease threatens.
  • Application interval is 8-10 days at the lower rate or 14 days at the higher rate.

1.94 L/ac (4.8 L/ha) (Botrytis grey mold)

  • Begin applications when disease threatens.
  • Application interval is 8-10 days.
  • Under severe disease conditions, shorten the spray interval.

Potatoes: 0.5 -1.0 L/acre (1.2–2.4 L /ha) (Botrytis vine rot Early blight, Late blight)

  • The most common use rate for Bravo ZN is 0.8–1.0 L per acre
  • Begin applications when plants are 15-20 cm high, or when disease threatens
  • Repeat applications as necessary to maintain disease control
  • Apply at 7-10 day intervals
  • Under severe disease conditions, use higher rates and shorter intervals

Mixing Order

WALES Symbol: L

  1. Ensure that the sprayer interior is clean, then fill the spray tank with ½ the required amount of water and engage gentle agitation. Good agitation is indicated by a rippling or rolling action on the surface of the water.
  2. Add any WG or DF formulation mix partners and agitate to ensure complete mixing.
  3. Add Bravo ZN (SC) and agitate to ensure complete mixing.
  4. Add any additional SC formulation mix partners and agitate to ensure complete mixing.
  5. Add any EC formulation mix partners and agitate to ensure complete mixing.
  6. Fill the tank to ¾ the required amount of water.
  7. Add any solution (SN) formulation mix partners and agitate to ensure complete mixing.
  8. Finish filling the sprayer with water, maintaining good agitation.
  9. After any break in spraying operations, agitate thoroughly before spraying again.
  10.  Spray the pesticide suspension the same day as mixing.
  11.  Do not mix, load or clean spray equipment where there is a potential to contaminate wells or aquatic systems. 

Use Restrictions

  • No re-cropping restrictions
  • Do not allow grazing of treated crop
  • Do not feed straw from treated crop to livestock
  • Storage: protect product from excessive heat
  • Do not exceed maximum number of applications as stated on the label

Rainfastness

30 minutes

Tank Mixes

Please consult the label for a list of tank mix partners.

Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group M-5 fungicide

Mode of Action

The active ingredient in Bravo ZN is chlorothalonil.  With WeatherStik technology, Bravo ZN sticks and stays. The secret behind this superior stickability is a patented surfactant technology from Syngenta which maximizes the ability of Bravo ZN to stick to plant surfaces, even during heavy rainfall or irrigation.

Weatherability is paramount - multiple field and laboratory tests show that Bravo ZN with Weatherstik technology has a superior capacity to resist the wash-off effects of rain and the degenerative effects of wind, sunlight and humidity.

Bravo works by stopping disease infection before it has a chance to start.

Chlorothalonil’s multi-site activity means that it attacks fungal cells at several different sites.

This multi-site activity ensures that there is virtually no possibility of resistance development, even when used in multiple application programs year after year.

Labels & MSDS

Disclaimer – ALWAYS read and follow label directions. Please use this information above only as a guideline and not an exact description.

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