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Canada: Presidio Fungicide registered for greenhouse ornamentals

Flowers Canada Growers announces that Presidio Fungicide is now registered for use on greenhouse and outdoor grown ornamentals. FCG would like to thank Valent Canada, Agriculture Canada and Health Canada for their assistance in supporting this new use. This registration was initially prioritized by FCG through the Pest Management Centre's priority setting workshop.



Presidio is registered for use against Downy Mildew's (greenhouse and outdoor ornamentals) and Phytophthora crown and root rot (outdoor ornamentals).

You can find a copy of the label here.

For more information:
Flowers Canada
Cary Gates
Cary@fco.ca
519.836.5495 X228
www.flowerscanadagrowers.com

Publication date: 1/4/2017

 


 

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