Glory is a broad-spectrum fungicide with protectant and systemic properties with full capability of controlling powdery mildew, early late and late blight, rust and smuts, downy mildew and leaf spots.
- It has high formulation quality, high solubility and spreadability.
- For best results, apply the product thoroughly to the treated crop in a regular spray program.
Pests and diseases
- Common rust
- Early blight
- Late blight
- Powdery mildew
- Innovative association of a contact-acting ingredient with a systemic-acting ingredient for best efficacy or results.
- Azoxystrobin delivers a greening effect to the plant, this ultimately optimizes yield.
- WG formulation gives better solubility and spreadability on the leaf surface, providing better disease protection to the entire plant.
- Water-Dispersible Granules (WG).
- Preventive and curative fungicide with broad-spectrum action.
Directions of use
- 1.50 – 2.00 kg/ha (or 60 to 80 g per 20 L knapsack sprayer based on a spray volume of 500 ℓ/ha).
- Apply Glory 250 WG as a preventative foliar spray, before the 1st signs of the disease appear, about 15 days after the emergence of the crop.
- Repeat application at a spray interval of 7 days. Alternate with fungicides having a different mode of action.
- Do not spray more than 6 times per crop cycle. Use a spray volume of 300 to 600 ℓ/ha.
- Do not apply the product during warmer hours of the day, or in the presence of strong winds.
Pre-Harvest Interval (PHI)
- 14 days
- Mancozeb 70% + Azoxystrobin 5% WG
- Partly fill the spray tank with water and agitate while adding the product slowly. Continue agitation after filling and during spraying to ensure the spray mixture is uniform and to prevent the product from settling out.
- For low volume or aerial application prepare a slurry or premix when adding to the spray tank.
- Additional insecticides, fungicides, surfactants, etc. should be added after the product is in suspension.
- Rinse out spray tank pumps and nozzles at the end of the day.
- Apply treatments when weather conditions favour disease outbreak and continue until the threat of disease has passed.
- Repeated applications are necessary to protect new plant growth.
- As conditions favour disease development, reduce the spray interval.