Suggested Guidelines and Instructions
  • 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 best used as a preventative.
  • Procidic does not cause stress to plants.
  • No re-entry waiting period required.
  • No maximum number of spray applications per growing season.
  • Procidic is labeled for agricultural workers on farms, forests, nurseries and greenhouses and handlers of agricultural pesticides.
  • Observe all directions for use, precautions, use rates, crops and crop sites, dilution ratios, and limitations on respective product label(s).
  • Procidic requires quality water free of contaminants and organic matter, a pH of 5.5-6.0 and a low salt concentration.
  • Shake container until white film on bottom of jug is mixed together.
  • Avoid chlorinated water.
  • Avoid spraying when rain is expected.
  • For best results, spray early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Avoid heat of the afternoon applications.
  • Spray as uniformly as possible observing factors such as pump pressure, nozzle angle and speed.
  • Use higher rates of Procidic during periods of high humidity.
  • When disease pressure is present use higher rate and shorter spray interval.
  • Do not mix with dicofol, bipentachlorociclypentadiene, methomil, cyhexatin and chloropirites.
  • Do not mix with salt-based or high-alkali reaction products.
  • 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.
  • 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 Use Rates for Bacteria and Fungi
Field Corn, Sweet Corn, Popcorn & Production Seed Corn
Pre-Harvest Use Rate-harvest
Disease Soil borne diseases
Product Rate

2 - 3 fl oz/acre

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, Southern Rust, Northern & Southern Leaf Blight, Brown Spot, Fusarium Wilt

Bacterial Disease: Goss's Bacterial Wilt

Product Rate 4-10 fl oz/acre

ApplicationDirections

  • 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. OR, when applying Procidic for the first time at growth stage V5 apply 6 fl oz/acre.
  • Second spray application:
    • Growth stage V16-V18 and up to tassel apply 8 fl oz/acre.
  • 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.
   
   
Hail Damage - Strong Winds

ApplicationDirections

  • 6-9 fl oz/acre 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.
Disease Use Rate After Tassel
Disease Goss's Bacterial Wilt, soil borne and other fungal or bacterial diseases
Product Rate

14 fl oz/acre

ApplicationDirections
  • At first sign of disease after tassel, apply 14 fl oz/acre. 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

ApplicationDirections 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.
Soybeans
Pre-Harvest Use Rate
Disease Soil borne disease residual
Product Rate 2 - 3 fl oz/acre

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 (SDS), White Mold (Sclerotinia Stem Rot), Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew, Stem Canker, Brown Stem Rot
Product Rate 3-7 fl oz/acre
ApplicationDirections
  • For best disease control, preventative spray early season prior to disease development.
  • Apply at least 2 applications during the growing season.
  • First spray application options: Apply at emergence or up to growth stage R2 using 3 fl oz/acre. OR, when applying Procidic for the first time after growth stage R2 apply 5 fl oz/acre.
  • Second spray application:
    • Apply between growth stages R4-R5 using 6 fl oz/acre.
    • When disease pressure persists repeat spray every 14-21 days. Use higher rates and shorter spray interval when disease pressure is present.
  • After scouting fields and disease pressure is discovered for the first time after growth stage R5:
    • Apply Procidic using 7 fl oz/acre.
    • 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.
Alfalfa
Preventative Use Rate
Disease Fusarium Wilt, Bacterial Wilt (Corynebacterium Insidiosum), Downy Mildew, Anthracnose (Colletotrichum Trifolii)
Product Rate

First application: 6 fl oz/acre

Second application: 8 fl oz/acre

ApplicationDirections
  • Apply Procidic when expecting favorable weather conditions for disease development. 
  • Apply Procidic between cuts.
  • Preventative spray in early season using 6 fl oz/acre. 
  • Apply second application using 8 fl oz/acre 14-21 days later.  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.
Wheat
Preventative Use Rate
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

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.

Product Rate
  • First application: 5 fl oz/acre
  • Second application: 8 fl oz/acre
ApplicationDirections
  • Apply Procidic when expecting favorable weather conditions for disease development.
  • Preventative spray in early season using 5 fl oz/acre. 
  • Apply second application using 8 fl oz/acre 14-21 days later.  When disease pressure persists apply 8 fl oz/acre and repeat spray every14-21 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.
Rice
Preventative Use Rate
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
ApplicationDirections 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.