Fungicides, Pesticides, Products

copper oxychloride 35% WP

Copper Oxychloride 35% WP

Chemical group: dicopper chloride trioxide

Acute oral LD50 for rats = 950-1862 mg/kg


Toxicity class: II

Packaging: 1 Kg


Copper Oxychloride is an inorganic copper-based contact broad-spectrum fungicide that controls both fungal and bacterial diseases. It effectively prevents and controls airborne diseases. Moreover, it inhibits the growth of fungal spores and can effectively control fungi resistant to other fungicides. Due to its fine particles, Copper Oxychloride sticks to the leaves, restricting fungal growth. These compounds are absorbed by leaves, stems, and roots, disrupting cellular metabolism and causing the deposition of proteins in pathogens. The slow release of copper ions in Copper Oxychloride reduces the risk of plant burning. It controls various fungal and bacterial diseases, including pear scab, brown rot, leaf curl, shot hole, and rust of stone fruit, as well as late and early blight of tomatoes and potatoes, and some diseases of citrus.


Cold climate fruit trees Mummy (Monilinia fructicola)3 kg per thousand liters of water
PeachPeach leaf curl (Taphrina deformans)3 kg per thousand liters of water
CitrusGummosis (Phytophthora citrophthora)canker Covering with Copper Oxychloride 1% (1 kg per hundred liters of water)
Palm treesInflorescence rot (Mauginiella scaettae)2 kg per thousand liters of water
VegetablesDowny mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)1 to 2 kg per hectare
Tomatoes and potatoesDowny mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis), late blight (Phytophthora infestans)3 kg per thousand liters of water

pre-harvest intervals: Not specified

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