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Gopherguts
Posted 5/4/2021 17:13 (#8987329 - in reply to #8986886)
Subject: RE: Wheat Fungicide?


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No it is a EPA registered premix of peroxyacetic acid + hydrogen peroxide. Basically same concept as Vaporgrip for dicamba the peroxyacetic acid increases the activity by reducing volatization.
It is widely used against bacterial & fungal diseases on surfaces in food processing, water treatment and in crops but cost is historically low. Now lower than copper fungicides & many other products per acre. Rates are based on volume of spray per acre so cost gets real low at 5-15 gls of spray. More if chemigated because of more water volume. A lot of guys on this site use it.
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