Tanos

Fungicide

It works, rain or shine.

Tanos™ dry-flowable fungicide powerfully combines disease control and resistance management. With active ingredients from Group 11 and Group 27, it controls early blight and late blight in potatoes and field tomatoes and several diseases in blackberry, raspberry and other caneberries.

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Benefits

Tanos, a dry-flowable fungicide, rapidly penetrates leaf surfaces to provide both post-infection and locally systemic control of late blight.

Resistant to wash-off

A portion of the Tanos application also remains on the leaf surface and within the waxy cuticle, making it resistant to wash-off and providing excellent control of early blight.

Control

In potatoes and field tomatoes, Tanos controls early blight and late blight. It controls downy mildew in cucumber and caneberry anthracnose, caneberry spur blight, cane botrytis and pre-harvest fruit rot in caneberries (including blackberry; raspberry, red and black; wild raspberry; loganberry; cultivars and hybrids of these).

Effective tool

Tanos combines Group 11 and Group 27 fungicides, making it an effective tool for resistance management.

Provincial Registrations

Now registered in the following provinces:

  • Registered
  • Unregistered

Diseases Controlled and Application Information

Refer to the Tanos™ fungicide label for complete use instructions.

Potatoes

Diseases: Early blight, Late Blight

Rates:   226 g/ac to 340 g/ac (560 g/ha to 840 g/ha)

PHI:  14 days

Application Information: 
• Apply in a preventative program.
• Make the second application no less than 12 days after the first; a third application may be made no less than 24 days after the second.
• Do not apply more than 100 ha/day.
• Make the first application following 1 to 2 applications of a preventative broad-spectrum fungicide such as mancozeb or chlorothalonil. It is recommended to alternate with other fungicides (non-Group 11 or non-Group 27) to manage resistance.
• REI for potato is 24 hours and for tomato is 12 hours. 

Field tomatoes

Diseases: Early blight, Late Blight

Rates: 226 g/ac (560 g/ha)

PHI:  3 days

Application Information: 
• Apply in a preventative program.
• Make the second application no less than 12 days after the first; a third application may be made no less than 24 days after the second.
• Do not apply more than 100 ha/day.
• Make the first application following 1 to 2 applications of a preventative broad-spectrum fungicide such as mancozeb or chlorothalonil. It is recommended to alternate with other fungicides (non-Group 11 or non-Group 27) to manage resistance.
• REI for potato is 24 hours and for tomato is 12 hours. 

Caneberries

Caneberries, (including Blackberry, Raspberry red and black, Wild raspberry Loganberry, cultivars and hybrids of these)

Diseases: Caneberry (anthracnose and spur blight), Cane botrytis, Fruit rot (preharvest)

            Rate: 340 g/ac (840 g/ha)

            PHI:  9 days

            Application Information: 

• Apply in a preventative program.
• Make the second application no less than 12 days after the first; a third application may be made no less than 24 days after the second.
• Make no more than 3 applications per year.
• Use sufficient water volume to ensure thorough coverage of the crop (250-800 L/ha).


Technical Specifications

  • Application Timing

    • Make the first application of Tanos fungicide following one to two applications of a preventative broad spectrum fungicide such as chlorothalonil or mancozeb.
    • Make the second application no less than 12 days after the first; a third application may be made no less than 24 days after the second.
    • Apply Tanos fungicide in a preventative program.
    • When using Tanos fungicide in a fungicide program, a recommendation is to alternate with other fungicides to manage resistance.
    • Utilize sufficient water to obtain thorough coverage.
    • Ground - Conventional - no less than 250 - 300 l/ha
    - Air assisted - no less than 110 l/ha

  • Crop Rotation

    Crops that are on the Tanos fungicide label may be planted back at any time; cereal grains may be planted back following a minimum plantback interval of 30 days; and all other crops may be planted back following a minimum plantback interval of one year.

  • Mixing Instructions

    1) Fill the tank 1/4 to 1/3 full of water.
    2) While agitating, add the required amount of Tanos fungicide.
    3) Continue agitation until the Tanos fungicide is fully dispersed, at least 5 minutes.
    4) Once the Tanos fungicide is fully dispersed, maintain agitation and continue filling tank with water. Tanos fungicide should be thoroughly mixed with water before adding any other material.
    5) If the mixture is not continuously agitated, settling will occur. If settling occurs, thoroughly reagitate before using.
    6) Apply Tanos fungicide spray mixture within 12 hours of mixing to avoid product degradation.

    When applied as a tank-mix combination, read and observe all label directions, including rates, restrictions, and grazing limitations for each product used in the tank mix.

  • Herbicide Group

    Group 11 and Group 27


Resources

Labels (PDF)
Tanos Fungicide Label
Fongicide Tanos étiquette principale

Safety Data Sheets (PDF)
Tanos Fungicide SDS
Fongicide Tanos fiche signalétique

View Additional Resource Material (PDF)
2019 Horticulture Crop Protection Guide
2019 Guide de Protection des Cultures

Before use and for complete product information, please read and follow label directions.