BioSafe Systems' Late Blight ProgramImmediate / preventative measures for conventional and organic crops
If there has been a late blight warning in your area you should prepare for an outbreak; if you have seen the tell-tale signs of the pathogen on your on field you must take immediate action in order to control it. Because late blight spreads so easily during only moderate temperatures, slight wind and splashes of rain it can devastate a crop very quickly.
It’s important to treat early and often to be proactive vs reactive because the longer you wait, the more expensive it gets – both in loss and treatment.
OxiPhos®Systemic fungicide for use against Phytophthora infestans through a unique dual mode of action
OxiPhos is a combination of phosphorous acid and activated peroxide that provides a one-two punch against diseases. The activated peroxide helps the phosphorous acid active ingredient to have a broader effect on targeted organisms. OxiPhos can be used throughout the growing season to prevent and control diseases caused by the oomycete group of pathogens.Learn more about OxiPhos®
OxiDate® 2.0OMRI Listed for use on organic crops — Highly effective against late blight
OxiDate 2.0 kills bacterial and fungal pathogens such as Phytophthora infestans on contact offering superior protection for your organic and conventional crops. With OxiDate, the infected area must be treated, so take special care when spraying, making sure to thoroughly apply on and under the canopy. For preventative measures, repeat application according to the program below but please contact us for the best advice; all situations are different and we are here to help.Learn more about OxiDate® 2.0
General Application Rates
|Product / Application Type||Rate
|Spray Interval and Volume||Application Timing|
|OxiDate foliar spray||1:100 – 1:200||5-14 days
|First sign of infection when conditions favor disease development or at application interval for control of outbreaks Ensure thorough wetness of all foliage.|
|OxiPhos foliar spray||1:300||42.3 fl. oz. of OxiPhos per 100 gallons of water; apply 30–100 gallons of spray solution per treated acre||Apply at first sign of disease and repeat
as needed at 7-14 day intervals. Ensure
thorough wetness of all foliage.