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Elatus® Fungicide

Uses

Crops

Pulse crops (Crop 6C): beans, chickpeas, field peas, lentils; Soybeans;

For management of

In Pulse Crops (Crop Group 6C) Anthracnose; Ascochyta Blight; Asian Soybean ...

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Application Information

200 mL/ac Elatus A + 200 mL/ac Elatus B (a case will treat up to 40 acres)  

Water Volume

10 – 20 gal/ac min (ground application) 4.5 gal/ac min (aerial application) Good ...
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Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group 11 and 7 fungicides

Active ingredients

Azoxystrobin and Solatenol®

PHI: 15 days
REI: 12 hours

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About this Product

Keep your finger on the pulse.

Elatus contains our breakthrough fungicide, Solatenol®, which  offers excellent activity in pulse crops to help maintain quality and yield potential through effective control of foliar diseases.

Product Benefits

  • Excellent preventative fungicidal activity on key pulse diseases.
  • Dual modes of action,  Group 11 (Azoxystrobin) and our Group 7 SDHI (Solatenol) combine to deliver strong preventative control and resistance management
  • One convenient rate for lentils, chickpeas and field peas (a case will treat up to 40 acres).

Packaging

Each case contains 1 x 8.1 L jug of Elatus A and 1 x 8.1 L of Elatus B. One case will treat up to 40 acres.

Bulk: 97.2 L Elatus A + 97.2L Elatus B (treats 480 acres).

Uses

For use on:

  • Pulse crops (Crop 6C): beans, chickpeas, field peas, lentils
  • Soybeans

For management of:

In Pulse Crops (Crop Group 6C)

*suppression

In Soybeans: See label for specific diseases and recommended use directions

Application Information

Use Rates

200 mL/ac Elatus A + 200 mL/ac Elatus B (a case will treat up to 40 acres)

Water Volume

  • 10 – 20 gal/ac min (ground application)
  • 4.5 gal/ac min (aerial application)

Good spray coverage and canopy penetration are important for optimal results. This is achieved through increased water volumes.

Application Method

Aerial, Ground

Application Information

  • Make one application before disease is established at first flower (0–20% bloom) prior to row closure
  • A preventative application is important for optimal disease protection and best results

Pulse crops (Crop 6C): beans, chickpeas, field peas, lentils:

Anthracnose, Ascochyta blight

  • Application: Prior to disease development

Mycosphaerella blight

  • Application: At first sign of disease, and no later than onset of flowering

Mixing Order

  1. Add ½-¾ of the required amount of water to the spray or mixing tank.
  2. With the agitator running, add Elatus A to the tank.
  3. Allow the Elatus A to completely disperse into the mix water. Continue agitation while adding the remainder of the water and Elatus B to the spray tank.
  4. Spray the mixture with the agitator running.

Effects of Weather

  • Avoid application when heavy rain is forecasted.

Use Restrictions

  • One application early in the crop year (i.e. single application at 0-20% flowering).
  • Do not feed dried pea vines to livestock.

Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group 11 and 7 fungicides

Mode of Action

Through dual modes of action, Elatus delivers long-lasting disease protection in two ways:

  • First, Elatus sticks to the plant’s waxy layer on the cuticle of the leaf, penetrating slowly over time, delivering residual activity.
  • Secondly, Elatus is taken up through the xylem – the water conducting vessels within the plant – and then moves upward and outward to protect the plant as it grows.

Resistance Management

Elatus contains a Group 7 fungicide and a Group 11 fungicide. Any fungal population may contain individuals naturally resistant to benzovindiflupyr and azoxystrobin or other Group 7 and 11 fungicides. A gradual or total loss of pest control may occur over time if these fungicides are used repeatedly in the same fields.

Where possible, rotate the use of Elatus or other Group 7 or Group 11 fungicides with different groups that control the same pathogens.

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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