Graphic of a beet field and OxiDate 2.0 product

Immediate Contact Oxidation Action

Non-Mutational Chemistry

Tank-Mix Compatible

Non-Mutational Resistance

The Cercospora Leaf Spot fungus has developed resistant isolates to the following:

  • Strobilurins (Qol)
  • Triazole
  • Tri-phenyl tin hydroxide (TPTH)
  • Thiophanate methyl

Highly Versatile

  • Tank mix with at-risk chemistries to slow the spread of resistance.
  • Compatible with most fungicides and insecticides

*Please check labels and/or consult your local representative for tank mixing instructions

Powerful Oxidation Chemistry

OxiDate 2.0 compared to EBDC in CLS inoculated sugarbeet

1st treatments began 7/17 upon reaching the beetcast threshold

Site: Michigan St. University, Bean & Beet Farm, Richville, MI 2014

  • Chemistry ruptures fungal and bacterial walls on contact

  • Maximizes Yield: Study compares efficacy of OxiDate 2.0 vs. Manzate (fungicide)

OxiDate 2.0 — Bactericide/Fungicide

Application Methods: In-Furrow, Foliar Spray, Irrigation and Via-Aircraft

OxiDate 2.0 reduces fungal and bacterial pathogens for increased yields and reduced food safety risks in organic and conventional field and row crops, including beet production.

  • Exceptional foliar disease control

  • 0-day pre-harvest interval

  • Leaves no chemical residue after sprays

SaniDate 12.0 — Microbiocide

Application Methods: Overhead Irrigation and Chemigation

For growers utilizing overhead chemigation, please refer to the labeled chemigation instructions, your crop consultant, retailer or BioSafe Systems for additional information about using SaniDate 12.0.

  • No phytotoxicity

  • Cost-effective

  • Formulated for Chemigation

OxiDate 2.0 and SaniDate 12.0 are registered trademarks of BioSafe Systems, LLC. Manzate is a registered trademark of Dupont.