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PathoCURB™ - A Thyme Oil-Based, Broad-Spectrum, Fungicide & Bactericide For All Crops
Kemin Crop Technologies strongly believes in the power of botanical oil-based crop protection solutions. The multiple modes of action offered by the various active compounds in botanical oils make these biopesticides excellent tools to prevent pathogens from developing resistance to standard chemistry used by growers.
Thyme essential oil is one of the most effective plant-based active ingredients that farmers can safely use to control detrimental fungal and bacterial plant pathogens.
Rotating fungicide-bactericide products with different class modes of action is crucial to minimize the possibility of fungicide resistance occurring. Therefore, we want to offer an additional fungicide-bactericide class and more modes of action to alternate in the tank mix and in the season to combat the threatening pathogens.
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Convenient to Use
Excellent Tool for a Successful IPM Program
Can Help Lessen the Likelihood of Disease Resistance
No Phytotoxicity Observed*
PathoCURB™ is a thyme oil-based fungicide and bactericide concentrate that effectively prevents and/or cures a broad range of foliar pathogens on commercial plants and crops. A contact spray of PathoCURB helps control the incidence and severity of fungal and bacterial diseases via cell membrane disruption. This mode of action makes PathoCURB an excellent biological product for growers to add in rotation to an Integrated Pest Management program to help lessen the likelihood of disease resistance development.
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Botanical oil-based fungicide and bactericide are excellent sustainable crop protection solutions, as they often have multiple modes of action, which are less likely to contribute to resistance. But multiple modes of action aren’t the only advantage to botanical oil-based fungicide and bactericide. Botanicals also have lower Pre-harvest Intervals (PHI), allowing the grower to apply them closer to harvest time and still have a safe product for workers and consumers.
Some conventional products have a few days or more re-entry intervals (REI), preventing growers from re-entering the field right away. However, FIFRA 25(b) exempt products like PathoCURB™ have zero-hour Re-entry Intervals (REI) that give more flexibility to the grower.
Moreover, 25(b) exempt biologicals are allowed for use on a broad range of crops without restrictions on application timing or volume, like many EPA-registered products. These botanicals enable growers to be flexible and adjust their IPM programs according to the season and situation.
Learn more about the advantages of FIBRA 25(b) exempt biologicals in our blog:
Cell Membrane Distruption
Target Site and Code: F7
FRAC Category: BM01
Broad-spectrum control of bacterial and fungal diseases.
All commercial specialty crops, food and non-food crops, indoor and outdoor, including but not limited to greenhouse, nursery, orchard, tree fruits, citrus, nuts, hop, hemp, grapes, landscape, etc...
PathoCURB™ showed 48% fewer shoots with powdery mildew spores present.
Intended for commercial use. Always read and follow the entire label direction before use.
FIFRA 25(b) exempt pesticides: PathoCURB is exempt from registration with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under FIFRA section 25(b) regulations. Kemin Industries, Inc. represents that this product qualifies for exemption from registration under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).
Contact your local extension specialist or certified crop advisors for any additional pesticide resistance management and IPM recommendations for the specific site and pest problems in your area.
Certain statements may not be applicable in all geographic regions. Product labeling and associated claims may differ based upon regulatory requirements. Consult with your regulatory representative for specific applications and labeling.