Procidic®

Available for sale in the United States only.

Available for sale in the United States only.

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Description

Product Description

Procidic is an agricultural bactericide and fungicide compound formulated to protect crops during all stages of growth.16 oz2 Procidic’s ingredients allow crops to grow the healthy, natural way.

Modes and Mechanisms of Action

Procidic works systemically and on contact. It is rapidly absorbed into the plant and then moves toward its apex. This allows new tissues to be free of infection while reducing the risk of future growth of bacteria and fungi.

Why Procidic?

Procidic has proven to be highly effective on a broad variety of crops. It has the ability to reduce biotic (pests) and abiotic (weather) stressors that reduce yield.

What sets Procidic apart is it’s safe formula; there are no added stressors to your crops.

Since Procidic is free of harsh chemicals, plants do not spend excess energy metabolizing pesticides, which can delay maturity. This may result in higher yields, larger fruits and vegetables, and an increased harvest.

With a low usage rate, Procidic proves to be more cost efficient than most fungicides and bactericides.

Used on pre & post harvest activities, fields treated with Procidic maintain normal in-field dry down times with no re-entry period after the spray settles.

Using Procidic can lessen or eliminate the need for traditional fungicides; it is also a valuable tool for rotation on programs for fungicide cross resistance management.

Effective on:

  • Apples
  • Almonds
  • Bananas
  • Asparagus
  • Berries
  • Broccoli
  • Cabbage
  • Cannabis
  • Carnations
 

  • Cauliflower
  • Cherries
  • Citrus
  • Cucumbers
  • Grapes
  • Lettuce
  • Melons
  • Onions
 

  • Paprika
  • Peppers
  • Strawberries
  • Tomatoes
  • Pineapples
  • Pumpkins
  • Table Grapes
  • Watermelons
  • Wine Grapes
  • & more…

 

Certificates:

FDA GRAS

* Testing by Molecular Toxicology Light Microscopy

Usage Recommendations

Suggested Guidelines and Instructions:

  • Procidic is best used as a preventative.
  • Procidic requires quality water free of contaminants and organic matter, a pH of 5.5-6.0 and a low salt concentration.
  • No re-entry waiting period required.
  • Procidic does not cause stress to plants.
  • No maximum number of spray applications per growing season.
  • Use higher dosage of Procidic during periods of high humidity.
  • When disease pressure is present use higher rate and shorter spray interval.
  • Do not mix with dicofol, cyclodienes, methomyl, cyhexatin and chloropyrifos..
  • Do not mix with salt-based or high-alkali reaction products.
  • Avoid using chlorinated water.
  • Avoid spraying when rain is expected.
  • Avoid unnecessary contact with crops after treatment.
  • Always conduct a compatibility test prior to mixing with any other fertilizers, surfactants, or pesticides, unless compatibility charts or your own, individual previous experience has shown the mixture combination to be noninjurious, compatible, and
    effective to your crop under your personal conditions of use.
  • Observe all directions for use, precautions, use rates, crops and crop sites, dilution ratios, and limitations on respective product label(s).
  • Procidic is absorbed systemically through the stem, leaves and root system. When disease pressure is present Procidic applications must reach live, green leaves when spraying after emergence.
  • Procidic is labeled for agricultural workers on farms, forests, nurseries and greenhouses and handlers of agricultural pesticides.
  • All described General Use Instructions, Directions For Use, Mixing Instructions, and Application Procedures are applicable solely to the use, and application of Procidic. Buyer assumes all risk of the mixture of Procidic with any other product.
  • PROCIDIC may be applied via common application methods. Thorough and uniform coverage of crop is required to ensure optimal performance for disease management. Suggested minimum water volumes for aerial applications start with 3 gal/A (28 l/Ha), for ground
    application on trees start at 30 gal/A (281 l/Ha), for any other crop via ground application start with 10 gal/A (94 l/Ha).

Usage Rates for Procidic

Pre-Harvest use
VEGETABLES
ALFALFA
Disease Fusarium Wilt, Bacterial Wilt (Corynebacterium Insidiosum), Downy Mildew, Anthracnose (Colletotrichum Trifolii)
Product Rate

First application: 6 fl oz/acre (450 ml/Ha)

Second application: 8 fl oz/acre (600 ml/Ha)

Application Directions

  • Apply Procidic when expecting favorable weather conditions for disease development. 
  • Apply Procidic between cuts.
  • Preventative spray in early season using 6 fl oz/acre (450 ml/Ha)
  • Apply second application using 8 fl oz/acre 14-21 days later (600 ml/Ha).  When disease pressure persists apply 8 fl oz/acre and repeat spray every 2-3 weeks. Use higher rate and shorter spray interval when disease pressure is present. 
  • Procidic is absorbed systemically through the stem, leaves and root system.  Procidic must reach live, green leaves through application.
Disease Bacterial Spot (Xanthomonas campesiris pv, vesicatoria.),
Bacterial Speck (Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato),

Bacterial Canker (Clavibacter michiganensis),
Late Blight (Phytophthora infestans
)
Product Rate 20 fl oz/acre (1500 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Preventive spray every 12-15 days. When disease pressure is discovered for the first time after emergence apply 20 fl oz/acre (1500 ml/Ha). Repeat spray every 5-7 days until control is attained. Suggested water volume 100 gal/acre (1000 l/Ha).

BASIL

Disease Powdery Mildew (Peronospora sp), Downy Mildew (Peronospora belbahrii)
Product Rate 10 fl oz / Acre (750 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Preventive spray every other week. Corrective sprays every 7 days.
BROCCOLI, CABBAGE & CAULIFLOWER
Disease Soft Rot (Erwinia carotovora), Bacteriosis (Xanthomonas sp)
Product Rate 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1-1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Spray during first week after planting using a nonionic surfactant with a suggested water volume of 43 gal/A (400 L/Ha). When disease pressure is discovered for the first time after emergence apply 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water(1-1.5 ml/L). Repeat spray every 5 days until control is attained.
CARROTS
Disease Botrytis, Damping off and those caused by Pythium spp, Sclerotinia spp, and Alternaria spp

Product Rate 2-30 fl oz/acre (150-2200 ml/L)
Application Directions Pre-harvest preventive spray every 7 days. When disease pressure is discovered for the first time apply, and repeat spray every 5 days until control is attained.
CORN, SWEET CORN, POPCORN & PRODUCTION SEED CORN
Disease Soil borne diseases
Product Rate 2 fl oz/acre (150 ml/Ha)
Infurrow ApplicationDirections Apply Procidic infurrow when planting. May use with treated seed. May apply with starter fertilizer program. Always conduct compatibility test and/or consult with your local Procidic representative.
Disease

Fungal Diseases: Anthracnose, Gray Leaf Spot, Northern & Southern Leaf Blight, Fusarium Wilt

Bacterial Diseases: Goss’s Bacterial Wilt

Product Rate 4-10 fl oz/acre (300-750 ml/Ha)
Application Directions
  • For best disease control apply at least 2 applications before tassel.
  • First spray application options: Apply at emergence or before growth stage V3 using 4 fl oz/acre (300 ml/Ha). OR, when applying Procidic for the first time at growth stage V5 apply 6 fl oz/acre (450 ml/Ha).
  • Second spray application:
    • Growth stage V16-V18 and up to tassel apply 8 fl oz/acre (600 ml/Ha).
  • When disease pressure persists repeat spray every 14-21 days. Use higher rates and shorter spray interval when disease pressure is present.

Procidic is absorbed systemically through the stem, leaves and root system. Procidic must reach live, green leaves through application

Disease Use Rate After Tassel
Disease Goss’s Bacterial Wilt, soil borne and other fungal or bacterial diseases
Product Rate 14 fl oz/acre (1100 ml/Ha)
Application Directions
  • At first sign of disease after tassel, apply 14 fl oz/acre (1100 ml/Ha). Repeat spray when disease pressure is present.

Procidic is absorbed systemically through the stem, leaves and root system. Procidic must reach live, green leaves through application.

Post-Harvest Use Rate
Disease Goss’s Bacterial Wilt and other fungal or bacterial diseases
Product Rate 6 fl oz/acre (450 ml/Ha)
Application Directions After harvest and prior to turning over the soil, broadcast spray over trash to sanitize no-till corn stalks to reduce pathogenic populations prior to the new producing cycle. Suggested water volume is 10 gal/acre (100 L/Ha).
Hail Damage – Strong Winds
Application Directions
  • 6-9 fl oz/acre (450-700 ml/Ha) For best disease control apply at least 6-9 ounces.
  • If damage persists repeat spray every 10 days. Use higher rates and shorter spray interval when disease pressure is present.
    Procidic is absorbed systemically through the stem, leaves and root system. Procidic must reach live, green leaves through application.
Post-Harvest Use Rate
Disease Goss’s Bacterial Wilt and other fungal or bacterial diseases
Product Rate 6 fl oz/acre(450 ml/Ha)
Application Directions After harvest and prior to turning over the soil, broadcast spray over trash to sanitize no-till corn stalks to reduce pathogenic populations prior to the new producing cycle. Suggested water volume is 10 gal/acre (100 L/Ha)
CUCURBITS: Watermelon, melon, pumpkin, zucchini, squash
Disease Downy Mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis),
Powdery Mildew (Sphaerotheca fulginea)
Product Rate 3.0 fl oz/acre (250 ml/Ha) 4.5 fl oz/acre (350 ml/Ha) 6 fl oz/acre (450 ml/Ha)
Application Directions After transplanting, spray day 12 and days 20-22. After transplanting, spray during days 28-30. After transplanting, spray during days 32-34 and days 40-42.
Disease Damping off (Fusarium sp, Pythium sp)
Product Rate 7-11 fl oz/acre (550-800 ml/Ha)
Application Directions After transplanting, spray during days 32-34 and days 40-42.
CUCUMBER
Disease Bacterial Wilt of Cucumber
Product Rate 3.5 fl oz/acre (300 ml/Ha)
Application Directions After transplanting, spray during day 12 and during days 20-22.
LETTUCE
Disease Gray Mold (Botrytis sp), Alternaria sp, White mold (Sclerotinia sp)
Product Rate 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1-1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Pre-harvest preventive spray every 7 days. When disease pressure is discovered for the first time apply after emergence apply 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1-1.5 ml/L). Repeat spray every 5 days until control is attained. Suggested water volume 19-28 gal/A (200 L/Ha). It is recommended to always use an adjuvant.
RICE
Disease Bacterial complex (Pseudomonas fuscovaginae, Xanthomonas oryzae Burkholderia glumae), Dirty Grain (Helmintosporium, Curvularia sp, Fusarium sp), Rice Sheath/Sheath Spot (Rhizoctonia oryzae
Product Rate 8.5-10.25 fl oz/27 gal water (2.5-3.0 ml/L)

Application Directions

Spray Procidic during tillering, heading and prebloom. Procidic is absorbed systemically through the stem, leaves and root system. Procidic must reach live, green leaves through application.
SOYBEANS
Disease Sudden Death Sydomre
Product Rate 2 – 3 fl oz/acre (150-250 ml/Ha)

Infurrow Application Directions

For best disease control, apply Procidic prior to disease development. Apply
Procidic infurrow when planting. May use with treated seed. May apply with starter fertilizer program. Always conduct compatibility test and/or consult with your local Procidic representative.

Disease Sudden Death Syndrome, White Mold, Sclerotinia Stem Rot, Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew, Stem Canker, Brown Stem Rotl
Product Rate 3 – 7 fl oz/acre (250-550 ml/Ha)

Infurrow Application Directions

First spray apply after emergence or up to growth stage R2 using 3  oz/A (250 ml/Ha) OR when
spraying Procidic for rst time after growth stage R2 apply 5  oz/A.
Second spray apply between growth stages R4-R5 using 6  oz/A (360 ml/Ha). If disease pressure persists repeat spray every 14-21 days.
When disease pressure is discovered for the first time after growth stage R5 spray using 7  oz/A (550 ml/L). If disease pressure persists repeat spray every 14-21 days until control is attained

TOMATO & PEPPER
Disease Damping off (Fusarium sp, Pythium debaryanum)
Product Rate 13 fl oz/acre (950 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Spray 15 days before and after sowing. Suggested water volume 100 gal/acre (1000 ml/Ha).
Disease Gray Mold (Botrytis cinerea)
Product Rate 17.5 fl oz/acre (1300 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Preventive spray every 12-15 days. When disease pressure is discovered for the first time after emergence apply 17.5 fl oz/acre (1300 ml/Ha). Repeat spray every 5-7 days until control is attained. Suggested water volume 100 gal/acre (1000 L/Ha).
Disease Bacterial Spot (Xanthomonas campesiris pv, vesicatoria.),
Bacterial Speck (Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato),

Bacterial Canker (Clavibacter michiganensis),
Late Blight (Phytophthora infestans
)
Product Rate 20 fl oz/acre(1500 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Preventive spray every 12-15 days. When disease pressure is discovered for the first time after emergence apply 20 fl oz/acre (1500 ml/Ha). Repeat spray every 5-7 days until control is attained. Suggested water volume 100 gal/acre (1000 L/Ha).
WHEAT
Disease Leaf Blight (Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae), Leaf Streak, Leaf Stripe, Black Chaff (Xanthomonas translucens pv. undulosa), Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew, Scab (Fusarium Head Blight), Leaf & Stem Rust, Speckled Leaf Blotch
Product Rate

2-3 fl oz/acre (150-250 ml/Ha)

Infurrow Application Directions

Apply
Procidic infurrow when planting. May use with treated seed. May apply with starter fertilizer program. Always conduct compatibility test and/or consult with your local Procidic representative.

Product Rate

  • First application: 5 fl oz/acre (400 ml/Ha)
  • Second application: 8 fl oz/acre (600 ml/Ha)

Application Directions

  • Apply Procidic when expecting favorable weather conditions for disease development.
  • Preventative spray in early season using 5 fl oz/acre (400 ml/Ha)
  • Apply second application using 8 fl oz/acre (600 ml/Ha)14-21 days later.  When disease pressure persists apply 8 fl oz/acre (600 ml/Ha) and repeat spray every
    14-21 days. Use higher rate and shorter spray interval when disease pressure is present. 
  • Procidic is absorbed systemically through the stem, leaves and root system.  Procidic must reach live, green leaves through application.
BERRIES AND SMALL FRUITS
BERRIES (in general)
Disease Gray Mold (Botrytis cinerea), Root Tumor (Agrobacterium tumefaciens)
Product Rate 2-2.5 fl oz/10 gal water (550-800 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Preventative spray every 10-12 days. When disease pressure is discovered for the first time after emergence apply 2-2.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1.5 2.0 ml/L). Repeat spray every 5-7 days until control is attained.
Disease Blueberry, Cranberry, Mummy Berry, Monilinia Blight
Product Rate 2-2.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1.5-2.0 ml/L)
Application Directions Preventative spray early V0-V1.
BERRIES (Strawberries)
Disease Gray Mold (Botrytis cinerea)
Product Rate 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water(1.0-1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Spray every 7-10 days.
GRAPE (Table)
Disease Gray Mold (Botrytis cinerea), Sour Rot (Aspergillus sp, Penicillium sp, Rhizopus sp, Cladosporium sp)
Product Rate 14-21 fl oz/acre (1100-1500 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Spray during separated bloom, prebloom and complete bloom. Suggested water volume 95-141 gal/A (1000 L/Ha).
GRAPE (Wine)
Disease Bunch Rot (Botrytis cinerea), Sour Rot (Aspergillus sp, Penicillium sp, Rhizopus sp, Cladosporium sp)
Product Rate 11-14 fl oz/acre (800-1000 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Spray during separated bloom, prebloom and complete bloom. Suggested water volume 76 gal/acre (200 L/Ha).
Disease Downy Mildew (Plasmopora viticola) Powdery Mildew (Uncinula necator)
Product Rate
14-21 fl oz/acre (1000-1500 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Spray during dormancy, bud swelling, in shoot, pre and post bloom, cluster closure, and ripening. Spray during in shoot, prebloom, complete bloom, cluster closure and ripening.
FRUIT TREES
APPLE
Disease Apple Scab (Venturia inaequalis)
Product Rate 7-9 fl oz/100 gal water (0.5 -1 ml/L) + 8-12 lbs/acre(9-14 kg/Ha) sulfur dr (60% sulfur)
Application Directions

Spray tank mix with Procidic + 8-12 lbs/acre sulfur df (60% sulfur) or its equivalent. Preventative spray must be mixed with the low rate Procidic and sprayed every 7 days. Suggested water volume 80-107 gal/acre (1000 l/Ha). Upon first discovery of disease after emergence use the high rate of Procidic within 24 hours. Repeat spray every 5-7 days until control is attained. Suggested water volume is 80-107 gal/acre(1000 L/Ha).

CITRUS
Disease Citrus Greening, Citrus Canker
Product Rate Preventative programs 5-10fl oz/Acre (400-750 ml/Ha), Curative programs 30 fl oz/Acre (2200 ml/Ha)
Application Directions For
maintenance spray every 25-30 days. On infected groves spray every 15 days.
ALMOND, WALNUT
Disease Those caused by Monilinia sp, Botrytis cinerea, Sclerotinia sp, Colletotrichum sp, Alternaria sp,
Pseudomonas sp, Agrobacterium sp, Phythopthora sp, Verticillium sp.
Product Rate Preventative programs 5-10fl oz/Acre, Curative programs 30 fl oz/Acre (400-750 ml/ha Curative 2200 ml/Ha)
Application Directions For
maintenance spray every 25-30 days. On infected groves spray every 15 days.
CHERRY
Disease Gummosis, Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew
Product Rate Preventative programs 5-10fl oz/Acre, Curative programs 30 fl oz/Acre (400-750 ml/ha Curative 2200 ml/Ha)
Application Directions For
maintenance spray every 25-30 days. On infected groves spray every 15 days.
PEACHES, NECTARINES, APRICOTS
Disease Monilina Laxa, Phythophtora sp, Botrytis sp
Product Rate Preventative programs 10fl oz/Acre, Curative programs 25-30 fl oz/Acre (400-750 ml/ha Curative 2000-2200 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Preventative spray application includes sprayings prior to wet events and/or when expecting favorable conditions for
disease development. Upon first discovery of disease curative sprays are to be done every 15 days.
FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTALS
CARNATION
Disease Fusarium roseum
Product Rate 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1-1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Spray every 10-12 days. Covers approximately 1,000 square feet of flowers.
Disease Heterosporium echinulatum
Product Rate 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1-1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Spray every 5 days.
KALANCHOE
Disease Gray Mold (Botrytis cinerea)
Product Rate 1-1.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1-1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Spray every 12-14 days.
OTHER VEGETABLES
PINEAPPLE
Disease BACTERIOSIS (Erwinia Carotovora)
Product Rate

2 Fl oz/10 gal water (1.4 ml/L)

Application Directions Spray at first sign of disease. Repeat spray every 5-7 days until control is attained.
BANANA
Disease Black Sigatoka (Mycosphaerella fijiensis)
Product Rate 3.5-4.5 fl oz/acre (300-350 ml/Ha)
Application Directions Aerial spray tank mix with horticultural oil or in emulsion with oil. Prepare solution of 2 gal agricultural oil + emulsifier (1% of the oil’s volume) + 2.4 gal water. Add to this solution Procidic + 0.6 gal water. Can be applied as a standalone or tank mixed with DMI-Fungicides following a compatibility test.
POTATO
Disease Potato Scab, Potato Late Blight, Powdery Scab
Product Rate

First spray before row closure: 5 fl oz/acre (400 ml/Ha)

Second spray 8-12 days later: 7 fl oz/acre (550 ml/Ha)

Application Directions Apply first spray before row closure. Second spray 8-12 days later. When disease pressure is discovered for the first time after emergence apply 10 fl oz/acre (750 ml/Ha). Repeat spray every 8-12 days until control is attained.
Post-Harvest use
TOMATO & PEPPER
Disease Gray Mold (Botrytis cinerea), Erwinia sp, Rhizopus sp
Product Rate 7.5-15 fl oz/100 gal water (1-1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Immerse entire fruit or vegetable in Procidic solution or apply directly by soft brush.
MELON & CUCUMBER
Disease Post-Harvest Rotting (Fusarium oxysporum, Fusarium roseum, Erwinia sp, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides)
Product Rate 1.5-2 fl oz/10 gal water (1.5-2 ml/L)
Application Directions Spray entire surface of melon or cucumber. Avoid touching peduncle after treatment. May use with nonionic surfactant.
WATERMELON & PUMPKIN
Disease Post-Harvest Rotting (Fusarium oxysporum, Fusarium roseum, Erwinia sp, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides)
Product Rate 6-7.5 fl oz/100 gal water (0.5-1 ml/L)
Application Directions Immerse entire fruit or vegetable. Apply Procidic solution directly to peduncle with soft brush using same dosage.
BANANA
Disease Crown Rot (Colletotrichum musae, Fusarium sp, Deigthoniella torulosa, Verticillium sp, Ceratocystis paradoxa)
Product Rate 1.5-2.5 fl oz/10 gal water (1.5-2.0 ml/L)
Application Directions

Prepare a solution of 1-2% alum. Allow solution to rest 24 hours and add 1.5-2.5 fl oz Procidic/10 gal water (0.5-1 ml/L). Use a constant pressure and spray banana crown. Apply 2-3 layers of Procidic solution. Airborne spray recommended. Generally, 13 gal Procidic solution will treat approximately 50-42 lb boxes of bananas.

CUT FLOWERS
Disease Post-Harvest Rotting (Borytis cinerea, Fusarium sp, Erwinia sp)
Product Rate 7.5 fl oz/100 gal water (1 ml/L)
Application Directions Prior to packaging, maintain stems in Procidic solution. It is suggested to increase flower shelf life to submerge stem recipient in Procidic solution. Trim each stem approximately 1" every 3 days. Change Procidic solution every 5 days.
PINEAPPLE
Disease Thielaviopsis paradoxa
Product Rate 2 fl oz/10 gal water (1.5 ml/L)
Application Directions Clean and wash fruit with soft brush. Immerse fruit for 1-3 minutes. Do not layer fruit.

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