OxiPhos®

OxiPhos®

Broad Spectrum Bactericide / Fungicide
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.
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What is OxiPhos's mode of action?

How should OxiPhos be used?

OxiPhos has been shown to be chemically compatible with OxiDate 2.0. Combining these two products provides broad spectrum activity against bacterial and fungal diseases during crop growing season. Determine crop sensitivity by spraying small area of foliage before using on large scale. If mixing with other pesticides, determine compatibility and plant sensitivity by following compatibility and plant sensitivity test instructions on the label.

Disease Application Method Dilution Rate Application Rate
Downy Mildew 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
Bacteria Blight 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
Phytophthora spp and Pythium spp. Soil Drench Transplant Dip 1:300 1:500 42.3 fl.oz of OxiPhos per 100 gallons of water. 25.6 fl. oz. of OxiPhos per 100 gallons of water
Disease Application Method Dilution Rate Application Rate
Downy Mildew 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
Phytophthora spp and Pythium spp. Foliar Spray Soil Drench 1:300 1:300 42.3 fl.oz of OxiPhos per 100 gallons of water; apply 30–100 gallons of spray solution per treated acre 42.3 fl.oz of OxiPhos per 100 gallons of water.
Disease Application Method Dilution Rate Application Rate
Pythium Foliar Spray 1:300 5-10 fl. oz. per 1,0000 sq. ft.
Yellow Tuft Foliar Spray 1:300 8.2 fl. oz. per 1,0000 sq. ft.
Labels & Certifications
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Not all uses and applications are approved in all states/provinces. Always consult a product’s label before use.