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Coumoxystrobin launched in Northwestern Chinaqrcode

May. 27, 2011

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May. 27, 2011

Recently, fungicide coumoxystrobin was introduced by SRICI (Shenyang Research Institute of Chemical Industry) and Jilin Province Bada Pesticide Co, Ltd, another Chinese pesticide company in northwest China.

Trade marked as Wulingshi, the coumoxystroblin is a new type of strobilurin fungicides. By inducing the antimicrobial enzymes synthesis, the crop is put into a mode of "battle-ready” before the invasion. Not only the lactone in its structure able to destroy the immune identify system in the pathogen, but also the result of rapid-action and high protection on the crop is achieved.

Field trial by Bada has shown that the fungicide is effective against on anthracnose, rot, downy mildew, blight, powdery mildew, rice blast.

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