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UPL Brazil launches Unizeb Glory to control Asian Rustqrcode

Feb. 3, 2016

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Feb. 3, 2016

UPL Brazil will launch its Unizeb Glory for the control of the Asian Rust: one of the major diseases on soybeans caused by the fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizie and has the significant loss potential to the yields. The launch is a mixture of the protective fungicide Unizeb Glory with a systemic product developed specially for these crops.

Unizeb Glory has a multisite action for the control of the management of disease resistance. According to the manufacturer, the new product of the Unizeb family should be applied preventively at the V8 stage (final of the vegetative stage) or the stage R1 (start of flowering) and reapply in a range of 10 to 15 days. It should be done with a maximum of three application during the crop cycle and using methylated soybean oil at a dose of 0.25% (until 500 mL/ha).

The new launch is also suitable for the Leaf Spot disease on corn. The damages of this type of disease depend on the stage that the plant is contaminated, besides the environmental condition of planting. In this case, Unizeb Glory should be applied preventively from 40 to 50 days after planting and spraying again within 10 days. It should be done with a maximum with three application during the crop cycle and using methylated soybean oil at a dose of 0.25% (until 500 mL/ha).

The presentation of the new product will be done officially at the edition of the Rural Show Coopavel that occurs between February 1 and February 5 in the city of Cascavel in the state of Paraná. The show is held for 27 years and gathers all the major agribusiness companies receiving over 230,000 visitors.

 

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