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Zampro provides multiple modes of action against downy mildew and late blight for effective control and preventative protection.

  • Two modes of action, both effective vs Downy mildew & Late blight
  • Anti-sporulant, protectant & systemic disease control
  • Recharges with moisture

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Disease Management

Crop Disease
Brassica Leafy Vegetables Downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica)
Bulb Vegetables Downy mildew (Peronospora destructor)
Cucurbit Vegetables Downy mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)
Phytophthora blight (Phytophthora capsici)
Fruiting Vegetables Late blight (Phytophthora infestans)
Phytophthora blight (Phytophthora capsici) (suppression)
Grapes Downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola)
Leafy Vegetables Downy mildew (Bremia lactuca)
Potato Late blight (Phytophthora infestans)
Tuber blight (Phytophthora infestans)

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How it Works

Zampro’s two active ingredients attack fungi in distinct ways:

  • Ametoctradin is a unique mode of action that disrupts energy production within the mitochondria of fungal cells. Ametoctradin binds rapidly and tightly to the plants’ waxy cuticle, providing a rapidly rainfast barrier to infection.
  • Dimethomorph controls disease by rupturing fungal cell walls. Dimethomorph is active at all fungal stages within the life cycle where active growth occurs. Dimethomorph provides Zampro’s anti-sporulant control. Dimethomorph is highly systemic and rainfast within 1 hour.

Labeled Crops

  • Brassica leafy vegetables
  • Bulb vegetables
  • Cucurbit vegetables
  • Fruiting vegetables
  • Grapes
  • Hops
  • Leafy vegetables
  • Potato

When to Apply

Crop Disease Application Timing Maximum Sequential Applications Maximum Applications per Season PHI
(Days)
Brassica Vegetable Group Downy mildew Begin applications prior to disease development.
Continue on a 7 day interval.  
2 3 0
(Hand harvesting: 6 days)
Bulb Vegetable Group Downy mildew Begin applications prior to disease development
Continue on a 5-7 day interval.
Use the shorter interval when disease pressure is high.
2 3 0
(Hand harvesting: 1 day)
Cucurbit Vegetable Group

Downy mildew


Phytophthora blight

Begin applications prior to disease development.
Continue on a 5-7 day interval.
Use the shorter interval when disease pressure is high.
2 3 1
Fruiting Vegetable Group

Late blight


Phytophthora blight (suppression)

Begin applications prior to disease development.
Continue on a 5-7 day interval.
Use the shorter interval when disease pressure is high.
2 3 4
Grape Downy mildew Begin applications prior to disease development. Continue on a 7-10 day interval.
Use the shorter interval when disease pressure is high.
2 4 14
Hops Downy mildew Begin applications prior to disease development. Continue on a 10 day interval. 2 3 7
Leafy Vegetable Group Downy mildew Begin applications prior to disease development. 2 3 0
(Hand harvesting: 1 day)
Potato

Late blight


Tuber blight (Suppression)

Begin applications prior to disease development 2 3 4

How Much to Apply

Crop Disease Rate (L/ha) Notes
Brassica Vegetable Group Downy mildew 0.8-1.0 Use the higher rate when disease pressure is high.
The addition of a spreading / penetrating adjuvant is recommended at a maximum rate of 0.125% v/v.
Do NOT us non-ionic surfactants (eg Agral 90).  
Bulb Vegetable Group Downy mildew 1.0 The addition of a spreading / penetrating adjuvant is recommended at a maximum rate of 0.125% v/v.
Cucurbit Vegetable Group Downy mildew 0.8-1.0

Use the higher rate when disease pressure is high.
The addition of a spreading / penetrating adjuvant is recommended at a maximum rate of 0.125% v/v.

Phytophthora blight 1.0
Fruiting Vegetable Group

Late blight

Phytophthora blight (suppression)

1.0

The addition of a spreading / penetrating adjuvant is recommended at a maximum rate of 0.125% v/v.

Grape Downy mildew 0.8-1.0 Use the higher rate when disease pressure is high.
The addition of a spreading / penetrating adjuvant is recommended at a maximum rate of 0.125% v/v.
Hops Downy mildew 0.8-1.0 Use the higher rate when disease pressure is high.
The addition of a spreading / penetrating adjuvant is recommended at a maximum rate of 0.125% v/v.
Leafy Vegetable Group Downy mildew 1.0 Use the higher rate when disease pressure is high.
Potato Late blight 0.8-1.0

Use the higher rate when disease pressure is high.
The addition of a spreading / penetrating adjuvant is recommended at a maximum rate of 0.125% v/v.

Tuber blight (Suppression) 1.0

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Product Specifications

Size (units x size): 4 x 4.14 L jugs
Product Article #: 59012677
PCP #: 30321
Ontario Classification #: 3
Gross Weight of Package: 20.38 kg
Units/Pallet: 30
PTS - T/L (48 foot): 24
Warehouse Stack Height: 3
Heated Storage: Protect from freeze – below 5°C – above 40°C
Flash Point: No flash point – measurement made up to the boiling point
NFC Class: N/R
TDG Information: Not classified as a dangerous good under transport regulations

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