Take your best shot at white mold. Before it takes one at you.
Later in the season when cool, wet weather prevails – that’s when white mold can hit your crop hardest. It infects susceptible soybean varieties at the flowering stage. Several consecutive days of moist conditions at the bottom of the canopy create prime conditions for spores to develop. The result is stem girdling and crop tissue death above the lesion.
Keep one eye on your crop. And one hand on your fungicide.
Because fungicides work best when used preventatively, the best results come from applying at early flower to full bloom (R1 to R2). Choose a fungicide program that provides protection against white mold along with other diseases that may have a history in your field, such as frog eye leaf spot or septoria brown spot. If conditions are favourable for disease, follow up with a second pass 10 to 14 days later using a different mode of action.
Applied at R1 to R3, Priaxor® combines the unique mobility of Xemium® with the proven benefits1 of AgCelence® for suppression of white mold and control of key foliar diseases. The result is a larger, stronger plant2 better able to withstand the season’s challenges.1AgCelence benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin. 2All comparisons are to untreated, unless otherwise stated.
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See how a preventative application of Priaxor can help manage white mold.
- Priaxor fungicide for soybeans
By combining two active ingredients targeting white mold, Cotegra™ fungicide delivers best-in-class performance to help preserve yield potential and maximize returns. It also protects soybeans from key foliar diseases, including septoria brown spot. Benefit from it’s convenient liquid formulation.
Introducing Cotegra: rethinking your white mold fungicide
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- Rethinking your white mold fungicide
Disease steals more than your crop’s good looks.
Under the right conditions, early-infecting diseases like septoria brown spot can lead to defoliation and yield loss. Not only can a well-timed fungicide protect your crop, it can raise your yield potential too.
Next up: Insect Management
Insects can cause serious losses in soybean quality and yield. By using the right management strategy, growers can prevent or minimize the damage caused by harmful insects to help realize the full potential of their crops.
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