A systemic fungicide that treats and prevents plant diseases like black spot, rusts, and powdery mildew on flowers and shrubs.
How Does Tebuconazole Work? (Mode of Action)
Tebuconazole has a mode of action that is a systemic action (as well as preventive, curative, eradicative action). It acts as a sterol inhibiting fungicide (preventing spores). This application prevents or inhibits the diseases made by fungi. First inhibiting the spore germination, then by inhibiting the growth of the fungus.
Tebuconazole is registered in over 100 countries worldwide for use in over 90 different crops including vegetables, grapes, canola, peanuts, bananas, cereals, pome and stone fruits, coffee, rice and soybeans.
Tebuconazole is classified as slightly hazardous, and of moderate acute toxicity. Findings on whether or not Tebuconazole could have carcinogenic effects is not yet conclusive.