The IR-4 Project screens new active ingredients for potential deleterious impacts to aid growers in selection of appropriate disease management tools for their crops. From 2014
Cyflufenamid is an active ingredient for managing foliar diseases including powdery mildew and botrytis.
Alibi Flora (azoxystrobin + difenoconazole) was registered on January 12, 2015 for use on ornamental horticulture crops and landscape ornamental horticulture plants in
Azoxystrobin was registered as Heritage in the United States in 1997 as a turf fungicide. In April 2003, this label was updated to include applications for certain diseases on environmental horticulture crops.
Pseudomonas chlororaphis (SP2300, Zio) is a new fungicide being developed by AgBiome and SePro for the control
Acibenzolar is an active ingredient that stimulates plant defense systems. In 2002, IR-4 started testing Insimmo (acibenzolar) for safety
Pydiflumetofen + Fludioxonil is a new fungicide being developed by Syngenta for the control of foliar and soil-borne diseases of ornamental horticulture crops.
Mandestrobin is a new systemic and translaminar fungicide being developed by Syngenta for the control of Botrytis and other foliar diseases of ornamental horticulture crops.
Pydiflumetofen + Azoxystrobin + Propiconazole was a new fungicide being developed by Syngenta for the control of leaf spots (Septoria, Cercospora,
In 2013, as part of the crop safety screening for new active ingredients and recently registered fungicides, IR-4 started testing Mural WDG (benzovindiflupyr + azoxystrobin) for