Lancaster PA has had an outbreak of Avian Influenza(two separate types) in
chickens two years in a row. This is highly unusual and coincides with the
use of acrobat MZ on blue mold in tobacco. This is a restricted use
product not approved for general use and there is little information on it.
In order to get product information one must supply your zip code and
verify one raises an affected crop (tobacco or potatoes).
Can anyone give me product information beyond the chemical name which is
available on the EPA site? None of the tests listed on the EPA site for
this product were for immuno suppression or changes in energy production
(ATP) or utilization. Nor was the effect on the second generation ever
If you live near the affected area, know someone who raises chickens in
this area, or have information on this fungicide, please respond.
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