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  • Propiconazole is a systemic foliar fungicide with a broad range of activity.
  • Propiconazole was first registered in 1981 by Ciba Geigy for use on grass grown for seed.
  • Propiconazole is in the triazole class of fungicides. Commercially, propiconazole is  available as an emulsifiable concentrate, flowable concentrate, ready-to-use liquid, liquid soluble concentrate, wettable powder, and dust (EPA).
  • Propiconazole is low in toxicity to honeybees and other non-target arthropods, and presents a low risk to these organisms in the field.


  • Propiconazole is used on grasses grown for seed, mushrooms, corn, wild rice, peanuts, almonds, sorghum, oats, pecans, apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums and prunes.
  • Propiconazole controls many diseases caused by leafspots, rust, and powdery mildews.
  • Propiconazole is also used to protect ornamental plants and as a preventative ingredient on industrial products. Propiconazole may be sold under names including Tilt, Alamo, Banner, Orbit, and Quilt (EPA).
  • Propiconazole is used to protect ornamental plants and turf, including golf courses and sod farms. It may be used as a preservative to wood, adhesives, paints, coatings, leather, paper, textiles, and other industrial products (EPA).
  • Propiconazole is used in material preservation and wood preservation products. As a materials preservative, propiconazole is used in items such as metalworking fluids, adhesives, caulks, coatings, stains, paints, inks, paper, textiles, canvas, cordage, leather, and leather finishing pastes, fat liquors, or finishes.
  • Propiconazole is also formulated for use in mushroom houses, to protect timber trays and benches, and for use on wood in cooling towers.


  • The triazoles propiconazole, tebuconazole, and fenbuconazole have become industry standardsfor chemical management of brown rot of peach and ofmummy berry disease of blueberry in the Southeastern United States.
  • Today, propiconazole is registered for use on numerous food and feed crops; 55 permanent and  15 temporary tolerances have been established.
  • Propiconazole has a strong affinity for soil and degradation occurs rapidly on soil and in  water. Therefore, propiconazole and its metabolites have a low risk of leaching to groundwater or of run-off into streams and other water bodies.
  • A screening-level estimate of the usage of propiconazole indicates that approximately 345,000 pounds of propiconazole active ingredient (ai) were used annually from 1999 to 2004.
  • Propiconazole application rates vary by use. For most agricultural uses, propiconazole is  applied at less than 1 pound active ingredient per acre (lb ai/A) for crops, but it may be  applied at up to 1.8 lb ai/A for turf and ornamentals.

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