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.
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.