Adavelt® active

  • Fungicide


  • 21

Verpixo® Adavelt® active is a naturally inspired fungicide for the effective control of damaging ascomycete diseases such as botrytis, powdery mildew, sclerotinia, alternaria, septoria and many others.

Verpixo Adavelt active is registered in curcurbits, fruiting vegetables, leafy vegetables and strawberries.

Belonging to FRAC Group 21, it has no known cross resistance to other fungicide groups making it ideally suited for inclusion in resistance management programs. It can be used across a wide range of crops at multiple growth stages allowing farmers to achieve improved efficiency.

It is a flexible product that gives growers more time to manage their disease control programs throughout the growing season providing outstanding control of multiple diseases to protect both yield and quality where other disease control products are losing effectiveness.

Technical Specifications

  • Active Ingredient

    100 g/L Florylpicoximid

  • Mode of Action

    QiI - Quinone inside inhibitor

  • Formulations


  • Group


  • Packaging

    5 L

Target Diseases

  • Botrytis (Grey Mould)
  • Powdery mildew
  • Alternaria (early blight)
  • Sclerotinia

Additional Resources

Verpixo Tech Manual

Verpixo Tech Manual

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Verpixo Strawberry Trial

Verpixo® Adavelt® active Strawberry Trial

The unique structure of Verpixo, based on a naturally occurring compound found in soil bacteria, enables activity across a broad spectrum of ascomycete diseases and builds upon new chemistry first established by Corteva Agriscience.

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Verpixo Gatton Field Day

Verpixo® Adavelt® active Gatton Field Day

GROWERS in the Lockyer Valley have joined agronomists from across Queensland and New South Wales at Elders Gatton Field Day for a powerful demonstration of Verpixo® Adavelt® active in the control of challenging ascomycete pathogens.

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Capsicum annuum

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Vegetables, Leafy

Zucchini (Cucurbita pepo)


New mode of action for resistance management

Outstanding control of damaging fungal diseases

Broad spectrum disease control

Excellent environmental and user safety profile

Selective to beneficial insects - suitable for IPM