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Maximize Your ROI with a Fungicide Application

May 6, 2022
Trivapro-treated corn

Trivapro on corn, Leighton, IA 2020

With planting on the brain, you may not be thinking about your corn disease management plan just yet. However, diseases like Southern rust, leaf blights and tar spot can attack your bottom line and need to be proactively prevented to maintain your ROI.

We’ve seen in previous seasons how disease can lead to millions of bushels lost, but with a fungicide application, these numbers can decrease. Without the preventive protection of a fungicide, your corn may focus more on defending against disease rather than bulking up yield.

Disease can impact stalk strength, ear size and kernel production, as well as restrict the plants’ ability to convert sunlight into energy and therefore die prematurely. That’s why choosing a fungicide with plant-health benefits could be key in 2022.

This season, consider incorporating a fungicide into your disease management rotation to promote:

  • Enhanced stalk integrity
  • Improved water-use efficiency
  • Reduced risk of lodging
  • Enhanced crop quality

With plant-health benefits like these, you can see an increased grain-fill period and improved harvest efficiency in your corn.

For cleaner and greener crops and protection against yield-robbers like Southern rust and tar spot, we recommend Trivapro® fungicide. Trivapro helps crops stay greener, longer by protecting the stalk health and green leaf tissue of the plant, allowing it to put more energy towards producing yield instead of fighting off disease. With its 3 active ingredients, Trivapro delivers powerful long-lasting disease control that keeps working from application to harvest.

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