Vinclozolin is a dicarboximide nonsystemic fungicide that inhibits fungal spore generation. In the US it is classified as a General Use Pesticide (GUP) and is classed as "slightly toxic." Products containing vinclozolin carry the word CAUTION on their labels.

Vinclozolin is used in the US for the control of several types of fungi in turf grass, vines (such as grapes), strawberries, vegetables, fruit, and ornamentals, for example, rhododendrons and azaleas. It has been banned in Denmark.

Vinclozolin is applied in several forms: as dust, wettable powder, smoke tablet, and water dispersible flowable granular forms. It may also be used in formulations with other fungicides such as thiram, carbendazim, chlorothalonil, maneb, and thiophanate-methyl.

Trade names for commercial products containing vinclozolin include BAS 352F, Drive, Ornalin, Ronilan, and Vorlan.