APVMA: Downy Mildew Permit expired
Permit 8940 was issued by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority which allowed the use of Farmoz Axiom MZ 720 for the control of Downy Mildew on grapevines. This permit expired on the 31 December 2005.
Farmoz Axiom MZ 720 has been granted registration by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority for the control of Downy Mildew on grapevines.
Farmoz Axiom MZ 720 contains two active constituents: mancozeb (Group Y) and metalaxyl (Group D).
Restriction on use for export grapes: Use no later than 30 days before harvest.
Cuprofix Disperss is currently registered for the control of Downy Mildew on grapevines. The label rate has been reduced for vines. The dilute spay rate is now 250 400 g per 100L.
APVMA: Permit 8720
Permit 8720 has been issued by the Australian pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority which allows the use of Avatar for the control of Garden Weevil on grapevines (wine grapes only). This permit is in force from 22 December 2005 to 31 December 2006.
Avatar is a Dupont product. It contains the active constituent indoxacarb which is a group 22A insecticide. For further conditions of use view the permit via the link above.
Restriction on use for export grapes: Use no later than E-L 31 (before bunch closure), but do not use later than 8 weeks before harvest.
This information is provided to inform the wine industry of agrochemical product information, and should not be interpreted as an endorsement.