Fontelis™ delivers broad-spectrum preventive and curative protection.
DuPont™ Fontelis™ fungicide delivers fast-acting and long-lasting protection that’s preventive and curative. It’s the power and flexibility fruit, nut, vegetable and peanut growers need to deal with just about anything for higher-quality, higher-yielding crops.
Fontelis™ features a new active ingredient that gives growers superior protection from fungal diseases and excellent crop safety along with application flexibility. Fontelis™ delivers strong, reliable control of difficult soil-borne and foliar diseases such as Botrytis, powdery mildew, leaf spot and Rhizoctonia, as well as a new tool for resistance management. Additionally, Fontelis™ works as well under heavy disease pressure as light and fits easily into many crop management programs because of its single mode of action. It’s the power and flexibility you need to improve your odds for high-quality, high-yielding crops.
White mold is the common name for sclerotium rolfsii and southern stem blight. Fontelis™ is not labeled for use on peanuts in California.
Fontelis™ fungicide from DuPont is available for California foliar disease control in almonds, lettuce and other fruit, vegetable and tree nut crops, helping growers sustain increased production.
Additional Information (22)
- Arizona Melons (PDF)
- Arizona and Colorado Onions (PDF)
- Georgia Peaches (PDF)
- Northeast Apples and Pears (PDF)
- Northwest Apples and Pears (PDF)
- Southeast Fruiting Vegetables (PDF)
- Southeast Onions (PDF)
- DuPont™ Fontelis™ Peanut Recommendations (PDF)
- California Strawberries Research Update (PDF)
- Lettuce Research Update (PDF)
- California Tomato Research Update (PDF)
- Arizona Lettuce (PDF)
- Colorado Stone Fruit (PDF)
- Northeast Stone Fruit (PDF)
- Northwest Onions (PDF)
- Southeast Cucurbits (PDF)
- Southeast Strawberries (PDF)
- Southeast Brassica and Cole Crops (PDF)
- DuPont™ Fontelis™ Peanut Rx Program (PDF)
- California Stone Fruit Research Update (PDF)
- Almond Research Update (PDF)
- California Apples Research Update (PDF)