The new standard of sclerotinia for white mold management to help preserve yield and quality.
Cotegra fungicide inhibits spore germination, mycelial growth and sporulation of the fungus on the leaf surface. It can be applied either pre- or post-infection, however, optimum disease management is achieved when it is applied preventatively in a scheduled, protective spray program.
||Asian soybean rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi)1
Frog eye leaf spot (Cercospora sojina)1
Septoria brown spot (Septoria glycines)2
White mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)2
|In dry beans||White mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)2
|In canola||Sclerotinia stem rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)1|
Rainfastness – Avoid applying when rain is forecasted within 3 hours of application.
Do not apply more than two applications of Cotegra per season.
|Soybeans||Prior to disease development; flowering to early pod development (R1 to R3)|
|Canola||20 to 50% flowering|
|Dry beans||20 to 50% flowering|
Note: A second application can be made 7 to 14 days after first application if disease persists, or weather conditions favour disease development. Use the shorter interval when disease pressure is high to obtain extended protection and maximum yield benefit.
One case of Cotegra fungicide will treat 40 to 80 acres, depending on crop.
|Soybeans||280 ml/ac (0.7 L/ha)|
|Dry beans||400 ml/ac (1.0 L/ha)|
|Canola||240 to 280 ml/ac (0.6 to 0.7 L/ha)|
|Ground application3||40 to 80 L/ac (10 to 20 gal/ac)|
|Aerial application4||20 L/ac (5 gal/ac)|
3 Higher water volumes recommended for optimal coverage.
4 Class 2 pesticides, such as Cotegra, require a permit to be applied by aerial application in Ontario. No permit is required for an application on ground.
21 days after application for soybean and dry beans.
36 days after application for canola.