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Image showing a type of fungicide being applied to a stand of trees.
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Image showing a type of fungicide being applied to a stand of trees.<br>
  
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1. A group of penetrant fungicides which enter the plant but undergo very little translocation, and therefore protect only a limited, or "localized" part of the plant. See also Fungicide, Localized penetrants and Penetrant fungicide.

Bknot_spray.jpg

Image showing a type of fungicide being applied to a stand of trees.

Source: http://www.apsnet.org/