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End dates for potato fungicide announced

Withdrawal dates for the tuber fungicide treatment, penflufen found in Bayer’s Emesto Prime DS have been announced by the Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD).

Potato growers who rely on Emesto Prime DS for protection against black scurf can apply the product next year after CRD confirmed the final sale, supply, storage, disposal, and use will be on June 30, 2021.


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There will be no changes to the maximum residue limit for Emesto Prime DS, so 2021 treated crops will continue to be marketable after this date.

 

Commenting on the news, Edward Hagues, Bayer root crop campaign manager says: “By allowing its use for another season, growers can be confident that Rhizoctonia solani will not pose an undue risk next year.”

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