PRISTINE Fungicide for Crops with Pyraclostrobin and Boscalid
How Pristine Fungicide Works
Pristine features a combination of the active ingredients, pyraclostrobin (the active ingredient in HeadlineŽ fungicide) and boscalid to provide disease control in a variety of crops.
Pristine deprives fungal cells of their energy source and eliminates the availability of chemical building blocks for synthesis of essential cellular components. It also interferes with cell respiration and the production of energy.
Pristine is labeled for use on grapes, berries, stone fruit, pome fruit, tree nuts, carrots as well as onions and other bulb vegetables.
In grapes, Pristine provides unmatched control of powdery mildew and activity on Botrytis, Phomopsis cane and leaf spot, downy mildew and black rot.
In strawberries, Pristine is highly effective against Botrytis gray mold and powdery mildew.
Pristine is an all-season total fungicide tool in stone fruit, controlling everything from blossom blight to shothole to scab and even brown rot on the tree and after harvest.
In pome fruit, Pristine extends its excellent control of both summer and storage diseases to apples and pears.
Pristine is an easy-handling, one-shot solution for total fungicide control in tree nuts. Diseases controlled by Pristine in tree nuts include blossom blight, anthracnose, shothole and scab.
The Pristine fungicide finds usage in the control of black spot, alternaria leaf blotch, powdery mildew and alternaria fruit spot.
The product is highly compatible with the wide range of agro chemical products which is applied in apples and pears.
This Pristine fungicide makes use of different types of chemical application in pome, fruit nuts, carrots and other bulb vegetables.
The fungicide is highly effective in strawberries protecting against powdery mildew and Botrytis gray mold.
The product is effective for the stone fruits which controls every other part of harvesting process. The disease is highly controlled by Pristine in every other means.
The active fungicide ingredient is up to 12.8% of pyraclostrobin