A new class of fungicide providing superior efficacy and multi-site mode of action for decisive disease management

ProBlad® Verde fungicide delivers a completely new mode of action to disease management, providing decisive, multi-process disruption in a way no other fungicide can claim. Formulated with Blad polypeptide technology, it is so unique that a new FRAC Group code was created for ProBlad Verde fungicide’s active ingredient.

ProBlad Verde fungicide separates itself from all other fungicides and has no known cross-resistance to any fungicide class, making it the optimum resistance management partner. Trials have shown ProBlad is strong enough to replace a synthetic fungicide in your current spray program. Its powerful performance and extraordinary mode of action not only create a resistance management champion, adding Problad Verde fungicide to your rotation can help extend the life of your current fungicides.

Complex and Unique Mode of Action
ProBlad Verde fungicide works on contact, tissue absorption and has translaminar properties. The active ingredient binds to fungal chitin structures, disturbing the cell wall and cell membrane and enters into the fungus cell. Inside the cell induces major changes in cell metabolism from, disrupting the cell metal homeostasis due to its chelating activity for several cations. This initiates a chain of events that disrupt nutrient absorption, end cellular reproduction and ultimately lead to apoptotic fungus cell death All this occurs within eight hours of contact. The result is quick, reliable disease control that meets or exceeds established standards.

Bottom line, ProBlad Verde fungicide is driven by a novel, multiple-site mode of action, has proven results and protects crops today with a new mode of action that extends the useful life of existing chemistries.

Labeled Crops

  • Grapes
  • Almonds
  • Strawberries
  • Tomatoes
  • Stone Fruit
  • Pome Fruit
  • Fruiting vegetables
  • Cucurbits
  • Hops
  • Coffee
  • Berries
  • Herbs
  • Leafy vegetables
  • Brassica

Labeled Diseases

  • Powdery Mildew
  • Botrytis
  • Anthracnose
  • Fire Blight
  • Brown Rot Blossom Blight
  • Alternaria
  • Green Fruit Rot
  • Hull Rot
  • Cylindrocarpon Dieback
  • Peach Leaf Curl
  • Shot Hole
  • Scab
  • Downy Mildew
  • Gummy Stem Blight
  • Sooty Blotch
  • Flyspeck
  • Phomopsis Leaf Spot
  • Rhizopus Fruit Rot
  • Pestalotia Leaf Spot & Fruit Rot
  • Target Spot
  • Rust
  • Coffee Leaf Rust

Key Features

  • New multiple-site mode of action
  • Excellent resistance management tool
  • Fast acting, stops disease in 4-8 hours
  • Contact with translaminar properties
  • Up to 7-day reach back activity
  • 10-14 days of disease prevention
  • Rain fast in 2- 4 hours
  • Minimal toxicity to adult bees, bee larvae, and beneficial predators