Sep. 16, 2022
Bayer recently launched a new package of products for treating industrial seeds in Paraguay.
Under the name, ″Acceleron Energy Top,″ the pack contains Sunato, a combination of a broad-spectrum insecticide based on imidacloprid + fipronil.
According to Bayer, Sunato offers ″unique and complete protection to seeds from damage caused by soil pests, from the aerial part during the initial stage of development.″
As a fungicide, it complements the Evergol pack, an innovative seed treatment solution based on prothioconazole + penflufen + metalaxyl.
According to the manufacturer, the product offers ″unique, proven and efficient protection against diseases transmitted by seeds and present in the soil.″
The presentation was made with the attendance of clients and representatives of the Coopasam Cooperative near the border with Brazil.
On the occasion, a technical talk by the specialists highlighted the attributes of these products, in addition to the benefits offered by the ″Larga Vida″ inoculant included in the pack.
Subsequently, the trials, tests and results carried out by technicians from the cooperative on the pack’s therapeutics combined with the ″LLI″ inoculant were presented. The event culminated with an operational demonstration of the industrial seed treatment.
″For Bayer, each product is the result of extensive research and development, thoroughly tested and designed to work together to maximize your coverage,″ the company said.
(Editing by Leonardo Gottems, reporter for AgroPages)