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Trivapro™ Fungicide

Uses

Crops

Cereals: barley, wheat (spring wheat, durum, winter wheat), oats; Corn: field corn, swe...

For management of

Cereals: Tan Spot (Pyrenophora tritici-repentis); Powdery Mildew (Erysiphe graminis...

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Application Information

In Corn, Wheat & Barley: Trivapro A: 400 mL/ac (1L/ha) + Trivapro B: 120 mL/ac (300 mL/ha) – a ca...

Water Volume

Ground: 10 - 20 gal/ac or 100 - 200 L/ha.  (see label for crop specific recommendations) Air: m...

Rainfastness

2 hours
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Tank Mixes

There are no registered tank mixes for this product. Application of UNLABELLED tank mixes is perm...

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Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group 3, 7 and 11 fungicides

Active ingredients

Azoxystrobin, Propiconazole, and Solatenol

PHI: Corn grain - 14 days. Corn silage - 30 days. Sweet corn - 14 days. Soybean grain - 30 days. Cereals grain - 45 days. Cereals forage & hay - 30 days.
REI: 1 day for hand harvesting and de-tasseling corn. 12 hours for all other crops.

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About this Product

Works harder, lasts longer.

TrivaproTM contains Solatenol® fungicide, a breakthrough SDHI delivering long-lasting, reliable disease control. Combined with proven performers azoxystrobin and propiconazole, Trivapro gives growers the elite-level fungicide they need to help cure existing leaf disease and prevent further infections.

Product Benefits

  • Three modes of action: Trivapro combines three powerful modes of action together for broad-spectrum leaf disease control and a strong resistance management strategy.
  • Three crops: Trivapro brings convenience and flexibility to your operation with registrations for use in cereals, corn and soybeans
  • Trivapro delivers long lasting residual to provide longer disease control.
  • Trivapro provides curative and preventative activity to stop existing disease and protect against future infection. 

Packaging

Each case contains 2 X 8.1 L jugs of Trivapro A + 2 X 2.43 L jugs of Trivapro B.
Bulk co-pack (160L Trivapro A + 12L Trivapro B).

Uses

For use on:

  • Cereals: barley, wheat (spring wheat, durum, winter wheat), oats
  • Corn: field corn, sweet corn, popcorn, and seed corn
  • Soybeans

See label(s) for a complete list of registered crops

For management of:

Cereals:

Chart showing Trivapro yield advantage in cornCorn:

  • Rust (Puccinia sorghi)
  • Grey Leaf Spot (Cercospora zeae-maydis)
  • Northern Corn Leaf Blight (Setosphaeria turcicum)
  • Southern Corn Leaf Blight (Cochliobolus heterostrophus)
  • Eye Spot (Aureobasidium zeae)
  • Suppression of Anthracnose leaf blight (Colletotrichum graminicola)

Corn treated with Trivapro outyielded corn treated with Priaxor® an average of 3.4 bu/ac (N=3), and untreated corn an average of 5.1 bu/ac (N=43) in field trials across Ontario and Quebec in 2016.

Performance evaluations are based on field observations and public information. Data from multiple locations and years should be consulted whenever possible. Individual results may vary depending on local growing, soil and weather conditions.

Soybeans:

  • Frogeye Leaf Spot (Cercospora sojina)
  • Anthracnose (Colletotrichum truncatum)
  • Asian Soybean Rust (Phakopsora pachyrrhizi)
  • Septoria Brown Spot (Septoria glycines)
  • Powdery Mildew (Microsphaera diffusa, Erysiphe pisi, E. polygoni)
  • Suppression of Pod and Stem Blight (Diaporthe phaseolorum)
  • Suppression of White mould (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)

See label for a complete list of diseases. 

Application Information

Use Rates

In Corn, Wheat & Barley: Trivapro A: 400 mL/ac (1L/ha) + Trivapro B: 120 mL/ac (300 mL/ha) – a case will treat up to 40 acres. A bulk co-pack will treat 400 acres.

Soybeans & Rye: See label for rates

Water Volume

Ground: 10 - 20 gal/ac or 100 - 200 L/ha.  (see label for crop specific recommendations)
Air: min 5 gal/ac (50 L/ha)

Application Method

Aerial, Ground

Application Information

For cereals: apply Trivapro between stem elongation and head half emergence up until the flag leaf stage.
For corn: apply Trivapro from Q-Zone (V6) to VT (tassel).
For soybeans: apply Trivapro at R2–R3 stage.

Good spray coverage and canopy penetration is essential when applying Trivapro.  Use rates and timing for Trivapro differ by crop. Please see the label(s) for complete details.

Mixing Order

WALES symbol for Trivapro A: L
WALES symbol for Trivapro B: E

  1. 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 Trivapro A Fungicide and agitate to ensure complete mixing.
  3. Continue agitation while adding Trivapro B.
  4. Finish filling the sprayer with water, maintaining good agitation.
  5. After any break in spraying operations, agitate thoroughly before spraying again.
  6. Spray the pesticide suspension the same day as mixing.
  7. DO NOT mix, load or clean spray equipment where there is a potential to contaminate wells or aquatic systems.   

Effects of Weather

  • Avoid application when heavy rain is forecast.
  • Do not apply during periods of dead calm.
  • Avoid application of this product when winds are gusty.

Use Restrictions

  • Do not graze or feed livestock cut green crop – see the Pre Harvest Interval section for specific crop information.
  • Do not harvest wheat for forage.
  • Do not plant any other crop intended for food, grazing or any component of animal feed or bedding within 105 days of application, unless the second crop is on the Trivapro label(s).
  • Trivapro is extremely phytotoxic to certain apple varieties, so take extreme care to avoid spraying Trivapro where spray drift may reach apple trees. Do not use sprayers that have contained Trivapro to subsequently spray apple orchards.
  • Do not apply Trivapro through any type of irrigation equipment or through any ultra-low volume (ULV) spray system.
  • Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from feed and foodstuffs, and out of the reach of children and animals.

Rainfastness

2 hours

Crop Safety

Planting time from last application:

  • 0 days for: potatoes and tuberous and corm vegetable subgroup (CG 1C), edible-podded legume vegetables (CG6A), succulent shelled pea and bean subgroup (CG6B), soybeans, dried shelled pea and bean subgroup (CG 6C), fruiting vegetables crop group (CG 8-09), cucurbit vegetables crop group (CG 9), cereals (wheat, barley, triticale), corn (field, sweet, pop and specialty), rapeseed subgroup (CG 20A).
  • 45 days for: oats and rye.
  • 180 days (6 months) for all other crops intended for food and feed.

Tank Mixes

There are no registered tank mixes for this product. Application of UNLABELLED tank mixes is permitted by PMRA (Pest Management Regulatory Agency) as long as both products are registered and being used within their registered use pattern (i.e. application rate, application timing, number of applications per season, pre-harvest interval, pest claim, etc.).

Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group 3, 7 and 11 fungicides

Mode of Action

Trivapro provides preventative, curative and long-lasting protection against leaf diseases in cereal, corn and soybeans. With three active ingredients (Group 3, 7 and 11), Trivapro provides an effective resistance management strategy for growers. Trivapro is also xylem mobile, and exhibits translaminar and systemic properties.

Resistance Management

Trivapro A must always be used in combination with Trivapro B.

For Resistance management, please note that Trivapro A is a mixture of Group 3 (propiconazole) and Group 11 (azoxystrobin) fungicides. Trivapro A has two modes of action: (1) DMI (Demethylation Inhibitor of sterol biosynthesis) [Group 3], and (2) inhibitor of the Qo (quinone outside) site within the electron transport system (QoI) as well as disrupting membrane synthesis by blocking demethylation [Group 11].  Any fungal population may contain individuals naturally resistant to Trivapro A and other Group 3 or Group 11 fungicides

Trivapro B contains a Group 7 fungicide, and its mode-of-action (MOA) is in the succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor (SDHI) class. Any fungal population may contain individuals naturally resistant to Solatenol™ (benzovindiflupyr) and other Group 7 fungicides. Appropriate resistance-management strategies should be followed.

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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