The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has registered Indar 2F fungicide from Indianapolis-based Dow AgroSciences for use on apples, stone fruit, blueberries and cranberries.


Indar is sterol inhibitor that belongs to the Fungicide Resistance Action Committee's Group 3. It contains the active ingredient fenbuconazole.


Indar controls apple scab, rusts, powdery mildew and summer diseases, such as sooty blotch and flyspeck in apples, according to a press release. In addition, it controls blossom blight, fruit brown rot, peach scab and cherry leaf spot in stone fruit and mummyberry in blueberries.