Products

Stadium Fungicide

Uses

Crops

Potatoes (not for use on seed potatoes) Sweet potatoes (not for roots that will used for slip p...

For management of

Fusarium dry rot (Fusarium spp.)**; Suppression of silver scurf (Helminthosporium solan...

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Application Information

32.5 mL/metric tonne of potatoes

Water Volume

The total slurry volume should deliver an application rate of 2 L per metric tonne of potatoes.
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Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Azoxystrobin (Group 11 fungicide) Difenoconazole (Group 3 fungicide) Fludioxonil ...

Active ingredients

Azoxystrobin, Difenoconazole & Fludioxonil

PHI: N/A
REI: N/A

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About this Product

Help keep your crop picture perfect coming out of storage.

Just one application of Stadium® post-harvest fungicide on potatoes going into storage helps protect them from the spread of two quality-robbing diseases: Fusarium and silver scurf*.

* Stadium is registered for suppression of silver scurf.

Product Benefits

  • Three modes of action for broad spectrum control and built-in resistance management
  • Protection against the spread of Fusarium and silver scurf infection from diseased tubers in storage

Packaging

One case contains 2 x 10 L jugs. One case treats approximately 13,500 cwt (1.35 million lbs / 675 tons / 612 MT).

Uses

For use on:

Potatoes (not for use on seed potatoes)
Sweet potatoes (not for roots that will used for slip production))

For management of:

**Applications of Stadium more than two days after harvest will not be effective at controlling Fusarium.

Application Information

Use Rates

32.5 mL/metric tonne of potatoes

Water Volume

The total slurry volume should deliver an application rate of 2 L per metric tonne of potatoes.

Application Method

Post-harvest

Application Information

Coverage is key. In order for Stadium to be effective, coverage of the entire potato is required.  Any untreated areas of the potato will not be protected. 
Stadium should be applied as a post-harvest spray on the line after harvest at a product rate of 32.5 mL/ metric tonne. The total slurry volume should be 2 L per metric tonne of potatoes. Treated potatoes should be just barely wet; if they are shiny or water is dripping off of them, the carrier volume is too high.

To improve coverage of the entire tuber and reduce waste:
  • Ensure that potatoes are as free of dirt as possible, tubers are tumbling and/or rotating along a conveyor line as they are treated
  • Ensure that a full flow of potatoes is maintained on the conveyor, reducing the amount of open space between tubers
  • Set up a shield to minimize spray drift if operating outside or if using finer spray nozzles
  • Position the nozzle spray pattern so that Stadium is applied to the potatoes only and not the conveyor sides or shielding
  • Check for obstructions such as hanging hoses, which can interfere with the spray pattern

Applications of Stadium that occur more than two days after harvest will not be effective at controlling Fusarium.

Mixing Order

WALES Symbol: L
  1. Add 1/2 - 2/3 of the required amount of water to the spray or mixing tank.
  2. With the agitator running, add Stadium to the tank.
  3. Continue agitation while adding the remainder of the water.
  4. Begin application of the spray solution after Stadium has completely dispersed into the mix water.
  5. Maintain agitation until all of the mixture has been sprayed.
  6. Label dosage rate must not be exceeded.
  7. This product must not be mixed with any product which prohibits such mixing.

Use Restrictions

Maximum applications/season: 1
Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for Stadium fungicide have been established for markets in Canada, the United States and Mexico as well as Codex. Should you need additional information on export market MRLs please consult with Syngenta to receive the most updated information.

Technical Information

Chemistry Group

  • Azoxystrobin (Group 11 fungicide)
  • Difenoconazole (Group 3 fungicide)
  • Fludioxonil (Group 12 fungicide) 

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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