Revus Top (difenoconazole + mandipropamid), EPA# 100-1278, READ THE LABEL
Revus Top contains two unrelated active ingredients, difenoconazole and manipropamid, with a moderate risk of disease resistance development. Difenoconazole is a sterol inhibitor (DMI) fungicide that provides very good to excellent activity against powdery mildew, black rot, and anthracnose with limited protectant, post-infection, and antisporulant activity, with moderate risk of disease resistance development. Manipropamid, the active ingredient in Revus, provides excellent control of downy mildew with protectant, some post-infection, and perhaps some antisporulant activity, with moderate risk of disease resistance development. Apply Revus Top at 7 fluid ounces per acre per application, and no more than 28 fluid ounces per acre per season. Add a non-ionic/penetrating surfactant as per label instructions. Make no more than 2 consecutive applications before switching to other fungicides effective against powdery mildew and downy mildew. Rotating with other DMI fungicides is NOT an effective disease resistance management approach. 12 hour reentry interval, 14 days to harvest.