Excalia™ Fungicide

Disease Control

Excalia™ Fungicide is a new, highly effective SDHI fungicide to combat white mold in peanuts and apple scab, powdery mildew and rust diseases in apples. With excellent locally systemic and translaminar activity, Excalia provides fast movement into the plant for powerful disease control protection. 

For peanuts, Excalia provides excellent control of white mold - even under heavy pressure. Excalia also targets Rhizoctonia limb and pod rot and Sclerotinia blight for broad spectrum peanut soil-borne disease control. Plus, it offers suppression of early and late leaf spot.

For apples,  Excalia provides excellent control of apple scab, powdery mildew and rust diseases.

  • Highly Systemic Action for Fast Movement into the Plant
  • For Peanuts, Strong Potency Against Sclerotium rolfsii, the Pathogen that Causes White Mold (Southern Stem Rot)
  • For Apples, Superior Locally Systemic Action for Complete Leaf Tissue Uptake and Distribution Across the Leaf Surface
  • For Apples, Excellent Control of Apple Scab—Even Post Infection

Key Problems/Uses

Peanut white mold, Apple scab, Apple powdery mildew, Apple rust

Key Crops

Apples, Peanuts, Sugar Beets

Peanut Rx Tool

This worksheet will lead you through the four-step process of determining your disease risk level in order to customize a Peanut Rx™ for your individual field.

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Excalia™ Fungicide Apples Ebook

View this eBook to learn how NEW Excalia controls apple scab and powdery mildew in apples

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John Deere Financial

Excalia Fungicide is Eligible for the 2021-2022 Valent U.S.A. Crop Protection Finance Program from John Deere Financial

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Start Early, Stay Persistent on Apple Diseases

Apple growers know the headache that comes with managing scab or powdery mildew each season. Prevention is key to stay ahead of these diseases and now is the time to prepare your plan for next season.

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Fruit Bites: Apple Scab & Powdery Mildew Mgmt.

Valent U.S.A. Senior Field Market Development Specialist Allison Walston discusses how to identify and control apple scab and powdery mildew early in the season.

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Product Details


  • Apple
  • Sugar Beet
  • Peanut
  • Soybean


  • Rhizoctonia Aerial Blight
  • Rhizoctonia Foliar Blight
  • Sclerotinia Blight
  • Southern Blight
  • White Mold
  • Powdery Mildew
  • Rhizoctonia Crown Rot
  • Rhizoctonia Peg Rot
  • Rhizoctonia Root Rot
  • Southern Stem Rot
  • Asian Soybean Rust
  • Cedar Apple Rust
  • Quince Rust
  • Apple Scab
  • Early Leaf Spot
  • Late Leaf Spot

* Not all uses are registered in every state.

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