- Sentinel aggressively colonises leaves, flowers and fruit bunches. This inhibits the growth of botrytis cinerea and other diseases.
- In the glasshouse, Sentinel protects wounds caused by leaf and truss removal.
- Sentinel can be sprayed right up until harvest.
- There is no withholding period.
- Compatible with most conventional chemistry.
What is it and how does it work?
Sentinel is a registered Botryticide in Viticulture and Protected Cropping.
Botrytis is a major fruit rot that affects almost all horticultural fruit crops.
Sentinel aggressively colonises the foliage, flowers, and fruit to protect against the development of botrytis cinerea (Grey Mould) in grapevine bunches.
Sentinel also protects wounds caused by leaf and truss removal on tomato vines.
Sentinel can be used right up until harvest in both crops having no mrl’s.
Unlike conventional fungicides, there is no resistance
Tested and proven here in New Zealand, Sentinel is a key part of your botrytis programme.
The major benefit of using a biological control agent to combat botrytis is that there is no build-up of resistance over time.
Sentinel can be used right up to harvest with no mrl’s and no negative effect on fruit quality
Reduction of Botrytis Bunch Rot on Grapes
Application After Conventional Programme Reduces Botrytis
Applications of Sentinel late in the season on top of conventional spray programme reduced the severity of Botrytis bunch rot at harvest by 66%.
Reduced Tomato Plant Losses
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