Three Things to Consider While Choosing a Fungicide
As you look to increase profit potential this season, it’s important to assess if you’re equipped with the proper tools to protect your bottom line. The difficult diseases we saw in 2020 – such as tar spot, gray leaf spot and rusts – can overwinter and appear in corn fields again this season. A weaker fungicide may lack the power needed to protect plant health and yield potential. That’s why it’s crucial to identify your fields’ disease spectrum and incorporate a high-performing fungicide into your disease management plan.
Watch as Agronomy Service Representative Craig Austin walks through effective application timing and explains how multiple modes of action from Miravis® Neo and Trivapro® fungicides deliver higher potency and long-lasting residual control to help you reap more corn bushels for every acre.
Depending on your fields’ disease spectrum, we recommend 2 top-tier options to help improve productivity – both providing broad-spectrum disease control and excellent plant-health benefits. Miravis Neo offers extended control against tar spot, Northern corn leaf blight, gray leaf spot and other key diseases for an unmistakably healthier corn crop. Trivapro works overtime to prevent infection from starting and shuts down Southern rust, common rust and more to maximize yield potential.
To see how Miravis Neo performed in local and regional trials near you, visit BoostYourBushels.com.
See how Trivapro can help give you more value and ROI potential with our Yield Calculator.
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