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Mancozeb

Mancozeb

Mancozeb

Mancozeb was introduced to the market in 1962 as a broad spectrum fungicide. Mancozeb is a mixture of manganese and zinc and belongs to the dithiocarbamate group of fungicides, within the sub group of compounds called ethylene bisdithiocarbamates (EBDCs). Of the EBDSs maneb, metiram, propineb and zineb also belong to this compound group. It is classified as a multi site action fungicide (affects multiple sites and fungi on the plant). It inhibits spore germination on the plants. Most applications of Mancozeb are foliar. Since Mancozeb is a multi site protectant, it needs to be retreated to counteract weather and plant growth. Mancozeb has a low toxicity rating to mammals. Mancozeb is harmful to birds, wildlife and fish but not hazardous to honey bees.

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Mancozeb Uses: Table of Crops and Major Diseases

Crop Major Disease
Turf and Ornamentals Multiple diseases
Banana Black sigatoka
Citrus Anthracnose
Black Spot
Melanose
Brown rot
Corn Rust
Helminthosporium leaf blight
Crucifers Downy mildew
Cucurbits
(gourd family :squash, pumpkin, zucchini)
Downy mildew
Anthracnose
Alternaria
Alternaria
Gummy stem blight
Bacteria diseases
Grapevine Downy mildew
Black rot
Rotbrenner
Phomopsis
Lettuce Downy mildew
Mangoes Anthracnose
Onions Downy mildew
Gray mold
Potato Early blight
Late blight
Prom fruit Scab
Stone fruit Rust
Tomatoe Early blight
Late blight
Leaf spot
Leaf mold
Anthraconose
Bacterial speck and spot
Peanuts Cercospora leaf spot
Sugar beet Cercospora leaf spot