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Sercadis

Group 7

 

Sercadis is a highly systemic fungicide that offers horticultural growers flexible disease control.

  • Timing and tank-mixing flexibility to adapt to the season’s needs
  • Highly systemic Group 7 activity helps protect new growth
  • Consistent, continuous protection even under adverse conditions

Labels & SDS

11 AVAILABLE

Applicable On

Potatoes

Labels & SDS

Additional Resources

 

 

Benefits of Sercadis

  • Powered by the active ingredient Xemium®, Sercadis creates rainfast reservoirs on leaf surfaces that continuously distribute its unique chemistry throughout the leaf.
  • Extremely systemic, Sercadis protects the plant from key diseases as it grows.
  • Sercadis controls disease by disrupting fungal cells’ ability to produce energy.

Product Info & Application Guide

When to Apply

Crop

Disease

Timing

Pre-Harvest Interval (Days)

Bulb vegetables

Botrytis leaf blight

Purple blotch and leaf blight

Stemphylium leaf blight and stalk rot (Suppression)

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

7

Pome fruits

Apple scab

Pear scab

Powdery mildew

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

0

Potatoes

Early blight

Preventatively, from tuber initiation to row close as part of a regular early-blight control program

7

Rhizoctonia canker (soil-borne)2

At planting (in-furrow spray)

White mold

Begin applications at flowering when there is a risk of disease

Almonds

Alternaria leaf spot

Brown rot/blossom blight

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

14

Berries

Leaf spot

Botrytis gray mold (Suppression)

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

0

Brassica leafy vegetables

Ring spot

Alternaria leaf spot (Suppression)

Sclerotinia leaf spot (Suppression)

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

3

Cucurbit vegetables

Powdery mildew

Gummy stem blight (Suppression)

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

0

Fruiting vegetables

Early blight

Begin prior to onset of disease

7

Black mold

Begin prior to onset of disease. Apply a second time 7 - 14 days later up to full bloom if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development

Grapes

Powdery mildew

Begin at bud break or prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

14

Leafy vegetables

Sclerotinia leaf drop (Suppression)

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

1

Root vegetables1

Powdery mildew

Alternaria leaf spot/blight (Control/suppression)

Begin prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

7

Stone fruits

Blossom blight

Brown rot

Ripe fruit rot

Begin at pink but or prior to onset of disease development. Apply a second time 7 to 14 days later up to full bloom if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development

0

Strawberries

Powdery mildew

Botrytis gray mold (Suppression)

Begin no later than 10% bloom, or prior to onset of disease on a 7 - 14 day interval

0

 

1 Refer to label for specific diseases controlled or suppressed in different root vegetables.
2 When applied in furrow.

How Much To Apply

Crop

Disease

Application rates3

Bulb vegetables

Botrytis leaf blight

333 to 666 mL/ha

Purple blotch and leaf blight

250 to 333 mL/ha

Stemphylium leaf blight and stalk rot (Suppression)

250 to 333 mL/ha

Pome fruits

Apple scab

333 mL/ha

Pear scab

333 mL/ha

Powedery mildew

167 to 333 mL/ha

Potatoes

Early blight

167 to 333 mL/ha (67 to 135 mL/ac)

Rhizoctonia canker (soil-borne)

333 mL/ha (135 mL/ac)

White mold

333 mL/ha (135 mL/ac)

Almonds

Alternaria leaf spot

333 mL/ha

Brown rot/blossom blight

250 to 420 mL/ha

Berries

Leaf spot

Botrytis gray mold (Suppression)

250 to 666 mL/ha

Brassica leafy vegetables

Ring spot

Alternaria leaf spot (Suppression)

Sclerotinia stem rot (Suppression)

250 to 333 mL/ha

Cucurbit vegetables

Powdery mildew

250 to 333 mL/ha

Gummy stem blight (Suppression)

333 mL/ha

Fruiting vegetables

Early blight

167 to 333 mL/ha

Black mold

333 mL/ha

Grapes

Powdery mildew

250 mL/ha

Leafy vegetables

Sclerotinia leaf drop (Suprression)

250 to 333 mL/ha

Root vegetables

Powdery mildew

Alternaria leaf spot/blight

250 to 333 mL/ha

Stone fruits

Blossom blight
Brown rot
Ripe fruit rot

333 mL/ha

Strawberries

Powedery mildew

250 to 333 mL/ha

Botrytis gray mold (Suppression)

500 to 666 mL/ha

 

3 Use the higher rate and/or shorter interval when disease pressure is high. See label for details.