ICC

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OCION ICC (Ionic Copper Concentrate) is a unique mineral-based foliar spray, specifically designed to control diseases affecting plantation crops. As a natural bactericide, fungicide OCION ICC offers superior performance at low doses (ppm) to control and prevent a wide range of bacterial and fungal plant diseases on plantation crops. OCION ICC has been proven to successfully combat Black Sigatoka, Finger Rot, Diamond Spot, Freckle and Moko on bananas, Phytophthora Heart Rot and Butt Rot on pineapple, Early Blight, Bacterial Wilt, Bacterial Spot and Specks on tomato, and Corn Ear Rot on corn. OCION ICC is compatible with all the common insecticide and fungicide products available in the market. It can be mixed with adjuvants and markers in the spray mixture for plantation foliar spray application.

  • OCION ICC is an OMRI listed product. It qualifies as organic under the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP). It can be used by certifiers, growers, manufacturers and suppliers to confirm that an item is approved for organic use according to USDA rules. It can also be used in certified organic production or food processing and handling according to the USDA National Organic Program regulations. OCION ICC has also received certification from OCCP (Organic Certification Center of the Philippines).
  • The active ingredient in OCION ICC is copper sulphate pentahydrate. It has been exempted from the requirement of a tolerance under EPA 40 CFR 180.1021 © and by FAO and recently by Korea when applied as a fungicide to growing crops or to raw agricultural commodities after harvest. There is no MRL (maximum residue limit) established for this product.

  • OCION ICC is classified as FRAC Code M1 fungicide by Fungicides Resistance Action Committee. M1 fungicide has multi-site binding activity mode of action. It is considered as a low risk group without any signs of resistance developing to the fungi. OCION ICC is highly recommended to integrate to existing spray program to avoid or reduce development of resistance of the pathogen against at-risk fungicide with single site contact mode of action.

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