Jun. 7, 2019
"TIMOREX GOLD has been specifically formulated to keep early season disease pressures low. It can also be used late in the season due to its short PHI and REI requirements" said Fred Yates, Summit Agro Marketing Manager. "Plus, this innovative mode of action helps prevent resistance development in synthetic disease programs. When used in rotational programs TIMOREX GOLD has demonstrated improved plant vigor and yield."
With a unique 46 FRAC code, the development of TIMOREX GOLD was based on a complex blend of natural chemicals from a plant extract from the tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia). Based on this, TIMOREX GOLD will bring California producers a wide range of features and benefits that include:
*Multiple modes of action
*Control of a wide range of plant pathogens, particularly bacterial and ascomycete diseases
*No residues; no MRL
*No measurable effect on beneficial insects and bees
*Easily adapted into sustainable and IPM practices
*Non-persistent in the environment
"We are excited to add TIMOREX GOLD to the Summit Agro portfolio of products in California. The broad-spectrum benefits to growers from TIMOREX GOLD across numerous crops will be immediate," Yates added.
TIMOREX GOLD fungicide from Summit Agro is sold exclusively through Helena Agri-Enterprises and Tenkoz members companies.
Summit Agro USA LLC, focuses on working with our partners to identify and develop innovative biological and synthetic crop protection solutions that meet the needs of U.S. growers.
Helena Chemical Company, headquartered outside of Memphis in Collierville, Tennessee, is one of the nation's foremost agricultural and specialty formulators and distributors in the United States.
Tenkoz, headquartered in North Metro Atlanta is the largest distribution entity for crop protection products in the United States.
TIMOREX® GOLD is a registered trademark and product of STK. STK is a bio-ag technology company committed to sustainable crop protection through the use of innovative biological products.
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