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Several field trials were conducted under high disease pressure and according to Canadian agricultural practices, and shown that PROBLAD™ performs equal to or sometimes better than the standard commercial products.

Since May 2015 until 2019, PROBLAD™ has been distributed by FMC Corporation in Canada under the trade name Fracture®.

PROBLAD™/Fracture® inexistent PHI, re-entry interval, also the absence of toxicity, no MRL´s and no expected resistances development, provides growers with a safe and flexible tool to replace a synthetic fungicide in their spray program.

PROBLAD™/Fracture® shows a completely new mode of action, excellent for disease management, providing decisive and multi-site control in a way that no other fungicide can claim. This has been corroborated by its inclusion in a new category for biological fungicides, BM 01, of the 2017 issue of the FRAC Code List©.

In this way, PROBLAD™/Fracture® separates itself from all other fungicides with a not known cross-resistance to any other fungicide class, making it a key product in disease management programs. Adding PROBLAD™/Fracture® fungicide to your rotation program, can help extend the life and efficacy of your current fungicides.

PROBLAD™/Fracture® provides rapid and reliable disease control that meets or exceeds established standards.

PROBLAD™/Fracture® is labelled for control of Powdery mildew and Botrytis in strawberries and grapes, Botrytis in tomatoes and Brown rot/Blossom blight (Monilinia spp.) in stone fruits.

Registered Provinces:

AB, BC, MB, NB, NS, ON, PE, QC, SK

Key Features and Benefits

New multiple-site mode of action, controls fungal disease in a way no other product can claim
No known cross resistance to any fungicide class, making it an exceptional resistance management tool
Apply up to five times per season
Adjuvant not required
0 day PHI; no re-entry interval
No toxicity to humans, animals and environment
No adverse effects on pollinators or beneficial insects