Aug. 2, 2019
Syngenta will be launching two new tools to deal with the problems of rust and leaf spots in wheat and barley.
From Elatus Ace, thanks to the synergy of Solatenol, a carboxamide designed for the control of rust in wheat, and of propiconazole, a triazole oriented to the control of leaf spots, the producer has been armed with a new tool to control diseases in wheat.
MIRAVIS® Triple Pack is the combination of Elatus Ace plus ADEPIDYN®, a carboxamide that effectively controls Septoria, Drechslera, Rhynchosporium and Ramularia spp. It is a unique, effective and complete solution for the control of the main foliar diseases of wheat and barley in the cereal region.
It is not just essential to have good technology; it also needs to be taken care of. For this reason, good agricultural practices are the most effective way to care for them, as well as to avoid resistance and produce under a sustainable model. The health of the producers and consumers depends exclusively on the combination of cutting-edge technologies, and the good use, application and care of those involved in the process: from production to the consumer's table.
“Argentina is the first country that will have a new solution for cereals. We are convinced that this technology will bring benefits that producers did not have until now, such as a greater green effect in the control of rust and a real control of yellow spot and septoria in wheat. According to our tests, these new technologies allow an increase in yield of between 250 and 400 kg more per hectare compared to commercial witnesses. Additionally, there will be a before and after in the control of barley foliar diseases thanks to the MIRAVIS Triple Pack,” said Alejandro Falabella, Manager of Fungicides for Latin America.