How does Azoxystrobin work? (Mode of Action)
Azoxystrobin is a systemic fungicide. It slowly works its way up through the plant roots and into all the parts of the plant, inhibiting mitochondrial respiration in fungi. This puts a stop to spore germination and fungus growth.
Azoxystrobin is used widely in agriculture, particularly in wheat farming. Its use is limited in the United States.
Azoxystrobin has low toxicity for mammals, birds, bees, insects, and earthworms. Toxicity for freshwater fish is high. Azoxystrobin is also very toxic to Macintosh apple trees and may damage crabapples.
Products Containing Azoxystrobin
Heritage G Fungicide - 30 lb. bag
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