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Myclobutanil, Propiconazole Granted Section 18 to Control Soybean Rust in Mississippi

INDIANAPOLIS – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has authorized Section 18 emergency exemptions for the active ingredients myclobutanil and propiconazole to be used in Mississippi for the control of soybean rust.

Use of myclobutanil, marketed under the brand names Laredo EC and Laredo EW fungicides, and propiconazole, marketed under the brand name PropiMax EC fungicide, will not be allowed until the presence of soybean rust has been confirmed in the continental United States by USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Under this Section 18, use of these systemic triazole fungicides will be limited to a maximum of two applications.

In addition to Mississippi, the following states have also accepted Section 18 emergency exemptions for myclobutanil and propiconazole: Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, New York and Maryland.

Dow AgroSciences LLC, based in Indianapolis, is a global leader in providing pest management and biotechnology products that improve the quality and quantity of the earth's food supply and contribute to the health and quality of life of the world's growing population.

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