Fungicides are biocidal chemical compounds which are primarily used to inhibit the growthof fungi. Fungicides are one of the major chemicals used in agriculture to counter the fungal infections. Fungicides can be majorly classified in three classes based on the mode of action as contact, systemic and translaminar fungicides. Azoxystrobin belongs to the class of systemic fungicides as it is taken up through the xylem vessels. Azoxystrobin is typically used in fruits and vegetables for preventing the fungal infection.
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The growth in agriculture industry across the globe is anticipated to drive the market for azoxystrobin in the next six years. The demand for azoxystrobin and in general fungicide is expected to remain moderate in developed regions owing to the several restrictions imposed on the fungicides. On the other hand, developing economies across Asia Pacific region such as India and China are expected to have rising demand for fungicides in the next few years.
Azoxystrobin belongs to the chemical family of Strobilurins. They are based on naturally occurring anti-fungal compounds. Azoxystrobin is one of the most recognized fungicides as it has a broad spectrum of anti-fungal properties against diseases including oomycota (infecting grapes), deuteromycota (infecting rice) and ascomycota (affecting numerous field crops and vegetables).
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Azoxystrobin is typically sold in the water formulation or as a suspension concentrate in numerous concentrations. Azoxystrobin in general applied as a foliar spray as azoxystrobin has an extensive residual effect. Azoxystrobin acts as a systemic fungicide and has a curative, translaminar and preventative mode of action.