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The best time for foliar protection?
Your crop will flag you down.

In wheat, up to 65% of your crop’s yield is built by the last two leaves. In barley, it’s the last three leaves. Located near the top of the canopy, these leaves intercept the most energy from the sun, creating sugars and starches that drive grain production. When foliar diseases like strip rust hit, they cut down on leaf area available for photosynthesis, reducing your crop’s yield potential.

See how foliar diseases infect the flag leaf and impact yield.

Get your timing spot on.

Take an integrated approach that includes applying a preventative foliar fungicide application at the right time. Apply too early, and the effects of the fungicide could wear off before disease hits. Apply too late, and the disease could be too well-established for the fungicide to work at its best. For optimal protection, aim for the flag-leaf stage when the majority of yield is built.

Twinline

With multiple modes of action and the benefits1 of AgCelence®, Twinline® fungicide delivers control of the toughest leaf diseases, including stripe rust and septoria leaf spot. Plus, results lead to a larger, greener flag leaf for increased grain fill and yield potential.2

1 AgCelence benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin.

2 All comparisons are to untreated, unless otherwise stated.

Minimize disease. Maximize potential.

Applied at flag-leaf,3 Twinline delivers two modes of action for control of the toughest leaf diseases in cereals. See how Twinline leads to increased yields and healthier crops compared to competitive treatments and the untreated check.

3 Twinline can also be applied at other stages (earlier at the penultimate leaf stage, before the development of disease or early onset of disease), however research suggests the flag-leaf timing provides optimal AgCelence benefits.

  • Increased yield with Twinline fungicide vs competitor on barley
  • Increased yield with Twinline fungicide vs competitor on wheat
  • Multiple-modes-of-action control of major leaf diseases with Twinline
  • Healthier wheat with Twinline fungicide
  • Twinline vs untreated comparison
  • See the difference with Twinline fungicide vs untreated comparison
  • See the difference with Twinline fungicide
  • Increased yield with Twinline
  • Better disease control with Twinline
  • Better disease control with Twinline

Nexicor

With three modes of action and the proven benefits1 of AgCelence, research has shown that Nexicor fungicide leads to more consistent and continuous control of leaf diseases, plus results that maximize yield potential in cereals.2

1 AgCelence benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin.

2 All comparisons are to untreated, unless otherwise stated.

  • See the difference with Nexicor fungicide
  • Nexicor vs untreated comparison
  • Avoiding foliar diseases in cereals.

Get a head start on fusarium.

Reaching record highs in 2016, fusarium head blight was one of the main reasons for downgraded cereals last season. With disease pressure on the rise, a well-timed preventative approach is critical to protecting your cereal’s grade.

Cereal

Starting from the moment Percy and Charles Saunders created Marquis wheat, Canadians have continually redefined the leading edge of cereal production worldwide – and it’s not stopping anytime soon. Explore our innovative portfolio of cereal solutions, and see how you can achieve bigger yields and better quality with steps taken all season long.

Don’t let disease take its toll.

Looking for innovative and effective protection against disease? Check out our cereal fungicide offerings designed to maximize your crops’ yield and quality.




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