Cabrio EG Fungicide

Cabrio
Cabrio® EG fungicide is a fast-acting, broad-spectrum fungicide with a high level of activity on major diseases that threaten crop yield and quality. Cabrio is registered for use on more than 70 crops to control over 30 diseases.

How Cabrio EG Fungicide Works

Cabrio is a strobulirin or QOI (Quinone Outside Inhibitor) fungicide, it actively prevents energy production within mitochondria, effectively stopping any cellular activity within the fungal cells. Cabrio offers extended residual protection and functions as a preventive fungicide (stopping infection and/or reinfection by prohibiting the germination of fungal spores).

Labeled Crops

Berries, carrots and other root vegetables, cherries, cole crops, cucurbits, onions and other bulb crops, pistachios, strawberries, tomatoes and other fruiting vegetables, filberts, leafy vegetables, leaves of root and tuber vegetables

Application Instructions

Do not apply Cabrio directly to water or in areas where surface water is present as it can be dangerous to fish and aquatic invertebrates.

To maximize disease control, apply Cabrio in a regularly scheduled protective spray program and use in rotation with other fungicides.

Cabrio cannot be used for greenhouse or transplant production.

Optimum disease control is achieved with thorough coverage during application. Plants listed on the Cabrio, Headline and Pristine fungicide labels may be planted immediately following the last Cabrio application, but all other crops cannot be planted for at least 14 days.

Consult product label for pre-harvest interval information. Do not apply Cabrio or any other strobulirin/QoI fungicide in cases of resistant Gummy stem blight on cucurbit vegetables. To avoid injury from tank-mixing, especially on cucurbit vegetables and fruiting vegetables, read and follow the specifications on the Cabrio label prior to application.

Always read and follow label directions.

Common Questions

Problems Controlled

Berries:
Alternaria leaf spot and fruit rot
Anthracnose
Leaf spot and blotch
Botrytis gray mold*
Monilinia blight*
Phomopsis leaf spot and fruit rot
Powdery mildew
Rust*
Spur blight
Carrots & Other Root Crops:
Alternaria leaf spot
Cercospora leaf spot
Powdery mildew
White rust
Cherries:
Powdery mildew
Monilinia blossom blight
Cole Crops:
Alternaria leaf spot
Anthracnose
Black leg
Cercospora leaf spot
Downy mildew
Powdery mildew
Rhizoctonia blight
Ring spot
White leaf spot
White rust
Cucurbits:
Alternaria blight
Anthracnose
Cercospora leaf spot
Downy mildew
Gummy stem blight
Microdochium blight
Powdery mildew
Target leaf spot
Filberts:
Eastern filbert blight
Fruiting Vegetable Group:
Anthracnose
Black mold
Early blight
Septoria leaf spot
Target spot
Late blight
Powdery mildew
Leaves of root and tuber vegetables:
Alternaria Leaf Spot
Cercospora Leaf Spot
Powdery Mildew
White Rust
Leafy vegetables:
Alternaria Leaf Spot
Cercospora Leaf Spot
Powdery Mildew
White Rust
Downy Mildew
Septoria Leaf Spot
Lettuce Downy Mildew
Anthracnose
Ascochyta Leaf Spot
Pistachio:
Late blight
Shoot blight
Onions & Other Bulb Crops:
Alternaria purple blotch
Downy mildew
Powdery mildew
Rust
Botrytis leaf blight*
Strawberries:
Anthracnose
Leaf spot
Powdery mildew
*Suppression only

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