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Arkansas Trial Helps Hold Off Frogeye Leaf Spot

Frogeye leaf spot posed problems for Arkansas soybean growers this season. According to the University of Arkansas Extension, the disease thrives in warm and wet climates, and if not managed properly, the disease can cause severe yield loss. One of the stand-out trials this year at the Bay Grow MoreTM Experience site tackled this disease with Quadris Top® SBX fungicide. Take a look below at some photos from the field to see how the strong performance of Quadris Top SBX stood up against frogeye leaf spot this season.

August 23:

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Untreated (left) vs. Quadris Top SBX, 7 oz/A (center) vs. Quadris Top SBX, 7 oz, R3.5 FB R5.5 (right)

August 31:

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Untreated (left) vs. Quadris Top SBX, 7 oz, R3.5 (center) vs. Quadris Top SBX, 7 oz, R3.5 FB R5.5 (right)

September 7:

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Untreated (left) vs. Quadris Top SBX, 7 oz, R3.5 (center) vs. Quadris Top SBX, 7 oz, R3.5 FB R5.5 (right)

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Untreated (left) vs. Quadris Top SBX, 7 oz sequential (right)

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