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Potato Field


Group 3 and 11

For disease protection that’s broader, stronger and longer, Veltyma® is the optimal fungicide for key foliar diseases in potatoes including early blight, black dot and brown spot.

  • Multiple modes of effective action on early blight
  • Enhanced performance provided by the unique binding activity of Revysol®
  • Proven Plant Health Benefits1 for increased growth efficiency, better management of minor stress and greater yield potential2
  • Delivers preventative and post-infection activity


1 Plant Health Benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin.
2 All comparisons are to untreated unless otherwise stated.

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Benefits of Veltyma

  • Delivers both preventative and post-infection activity
  • Revysol – the power behind Veltyma – is engineered to provide broader, stronger and longer performance to other demethylan inhibitors (DMI)
  • Liquid formulation for optimized usability  

Product Info & Application Guide

Diseases Controlled

Potatoes   Black dot (Colletotrichum coccodes)
Brown spot (Alternaria alternata)3
Early blight (Alternaria solani)



3  Suppression.
4 Includes control of Group 11 resistant biotypes.

When to Apply

Crops   Timing 
Potatoes 7 to 14 day application interval


How Much to Apply

One case of Veltyma fungicide will treat 80 acres (32 hectares).

Potatoes   202 ml/ac (500 ml/ha)  


Mixing order

  1. Ensure the spray tank is clean before use. Follow the clean-out recommendations stated on the label of the product that was previously used.
  2. Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of water and start agitation.
  3. Add the required amount of Veltyma to the tank.
  4. Add the required amount of the tank mix partner (if required).
  5. Continue agitation while filling the remainder of the spray tank.
  6. After use, clean the spray tank according to label precautions.

Application Tips

Rainfastness – When product has dried on crop. Do not apply when heavy rain is forecast.
Restricted entry interval – 12 hours.
Resistance management – Fungicide use should be based on an integrated disease management program that includes scouting, historical information related to pesticide use and crop rotation and considers host plant resistance, impact of environmental conditions on disease development, disease thresholds, as well as cultural, biological and other chemical control practices.


Pre-harvest interval

7 days after application for potatoes.