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Apr. 13, 2020

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Apr. 13, 2020
Bayer presents Sonata, a new biological fungicide of natural origin based on Bacillus pumilis for wine and table grapes, also approved for use in organic farming.

Following the current situation with regard to the coronavirus outbreak and the consequent provisions of the authorities, Bayer canceled the events on the national territory for the launch of new biological solutions. However, Bayer's technicians keep in touch with farmers through the help of new communication technologies.

The virtual presentation of Sonata, entrusted to Silvia Casalini, Bayer Marketing Manager for the products of the vine, is dedicated to winemakers who during this moment of difficulty continue to keep up the reputation of Italian wines and grapes.

The commitment required from the modern winegrower is not limited to obtaining a quality product. In fact, the request to adopt sustainable defense techniques that respect the environment and people is increasingly pressing. Pesticides of natural origin and the use of digital technologies are increasingly valuable tools in viticulture to produce in an innovative and sustainable way. 

On these issues, Bayer and experts in the wine world are coming together to update operators in the sector: from field tests and cellar tests to the testimonials of those who have used Sonata and the "Crop Talk" interviews with a focus on the biological solutions of Bayer.

The original Italian version of this piece is from Bayer Crop Science Italia.

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