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Be a Step Ahead of Corn Disease This Season

May 18, 2021
Gray leaf spot on corn leaf

Gray leaf spot on corn leaf

As we approach summer and temperatures and humidity rise, many foliar corn diseases could make an appearance. Since many diseases like Northern corn leaf blight and gray leaf spot overwinter on crop residue, it can be hard to predict which diseases will show up and threaten crops this season. That’s why it’s important to take your fields’ history into account and prepare for all circumstances by applying a fungicide with broad-spectrum disease control.

Watch as Agronomy Service Representative Dean Grossnickle shares which key corn diseases could be a big problem this season and why you should consider a preventive fungicide application.

To protect your corn from these and other key diseases, we recommend an application of Trivapro® fungicide. As the longest-lasting, hardest-working fungicide in corn, Trivapro helps prevent disease from developing and shuts down existing infections for higher potential yield at harvest. Plus, it can give your corn a boost with proven plant-health benefits, including maximized water use efficiency, quicker canopy closure, stronger stalks and green leaf preservation.

See how Trivapro can help give you more value and ROI potential with our Yield Calculator.

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