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|Brand Name||Chemical Description|
|PQ-80||1-% Copper-8-quinolinolate by weight|
|Safetray P||2.05 pounds of propiconazole/gallon|
|Propi-Star® EC||3.6 pounds of propiconazole/gallon (41.8% active ingredient)|