Many of the original Section 18 labels for soybean rust fungicides will expire in November 2007, and fungicides that were granted Section 18 labels in 2004 are now going through EPA for consideration to get a full label for soybean. As of March 2, 2007, soybean residue tolerances were issued for myclobutanil, propiconazole, and trifloxystrobin products, so products with these active ingredients will most likely receive a Section 3 label in 2007. These products include Laredo®, Quilt®, Tilt®, Propimax®, Bumper®, and Stratego®. See the table for a complete list of products and targeted dates for EPA action.
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Mueller, Daren S., "List of available fungicides for soybean shifting and growing" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1122.
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