Fungicide

Syngenta receives EPA approval for Vibrance Trio fungicides

· August 15, 2018

Syngenta has received the green light from the EPA for the registration of its Vibrance Trio seed treatment. The premix of three fungicide active ingredients – mefenoxam, fludioxonil, and sedaxane – is recommended for soybean growers whose main early-season concerns are strong stands and disease protection. ​​​​​​​ “The higher rate of mefenoxam in Vibrance Trio […]

Syngenta gets EPA clearance for Vibrance Cinco fungicide

· July 26, 2018

Syngenta has received EPA approval for Vibrance Cinco fungicide seed treatment on corn to guard against some of the most damaging seed- and soil-borne diseases, including Pythium, Rhizoctonia, and Fusarium. “Vibrance Cinco contains five powerful fungicidal active ingredients and five modes of action in a single jug, providing the most consistent and comprehensive seed-applied disease […]

Illinois farm’s soybean field trial leads to yield challenge win

· June 12, 2018

Triple V, Inc., of Roanoke, Illinois, not only received second place honors in the 2017 Illinois Soybean Association Side-by-Side Contest, the farm also gained a 5.6-bushel per acre yield advantage with their soybean field trial plot. The plot Dan Vogel and his cousins, Curt and Steve Vogel entered in the contest was a field trial […]

Syngenta gets EPA registration for game-changing fungicide

· May 29, 2018

Syngenta’s newest fungicide – Adepidyn – has been registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Formulated in five products under the Miravis brand family, Syngenta will make Adepidyn fungicide broadly available in the U.S. in late 2018 and 2019, subject to state approvals. Containing unmatched potency within the carboxamide class of chemistry, each product […]

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New Bayer fungicide shows frequent yield advantage in corn, soybeans

· February 26, 2018

Bayer has released results from 500 Delaro fungicide field trials that took place across 20 states — and the results impressed farmers who were testing the product. Across two years of trials, Delaro averaged a 12 to 18 bushel-per-acre increase in corn and a four to five bushel-per-acre increase in soybeans compared to an untreated […]

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