Thiram 600 Seed Treatment Fungicide from Crop Care

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Thiram 600

Thiram 600 Seed Treatment Fungicides
Crop Care's Thiram 600 Seed Treatment is an effective weapon for the control of various fungal diseases of chickpeas, lupins and sorghum. Thiram 600 Fungicide Seed Treatments can also be used as drench to control fungal diseases of turf.

Benefits of Thiram 600 Seed Treatments
Thiram 600 Fungicidal Seed Treatment protects 

  • Turf maintenance against Brown Patch, Helminthosporium leaf spot and Fusarium Patch
  • Chickpeas against Damping off and other soil borne fungi and seed borne diseases
  • Lupins against seed borne diseases
  • Sorghum against seed decay complex

Thiram is a flowable formulation containing 600g/L Thiram and is yellow in colour.

For further information on Thiram 600 Seed Treatment please contact Crop Care today or visit their website.

Questions about this product

Could you please tell me dosage rate and how to apply Thiram to oats?
Thiram is not registered for use in Oats. Have you considered TRI-POWER, Veteran C, Veteran Plus or Premis Pro C? What are you targeting?
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