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‘Class leading’ SDHI fungicide gains registration for 2017



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Septoria on winter wheat at day 20 of infection when treated with Elatus Era
Septoria on winter wheat at day 20 of infection when treated with Elatus Era
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‘Class leading’ SDHI fungicide gains registration for 2017 #clubhectare #Syngenta

Syngenta’s new SDHI fungicide Elatus Era, based on the active ingredient Solatenol in co-formulation with prothioconazole, has been registered ahead of the 2017 season.


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Andrew Curtis, cereal fungicide campaign manager says: “This is the biggest Syngenta UK product launch in over 10 years, and it’s great to see Syngenta back in the T2 market with a product that has been described as ‘class leading’ by independent experts.

 

“We’ve already seen the fungicide registered in Latin America and Europe, and performing very well for growers, so we’re delighted to have registration in the UK in good time for the 2017 season.”

Solatenol

 

Source: Syngenta

The fungicide is registered for use on wheat, barley, rye and triticale for the control of all major cereal diseases, at a maximum rate of 1l/ha, providing a powerful and consistent option for growers to use as part of their crop protection programme, according to Syngenta.

 

See also: ‘Class leading fungicide’ unveiled

 

Jason Tatnell

Jason Tatnell, technical expert at Syngenta, explains what this means for growers. “To have registration ahead of season is a huge bonus for growers, meaning they can get stocks in, well ahead of the critical T2 timing in wheat.

 

“With hundreds of field trials carried out within the UK and Europe since 2011 Elatus Era has proven itself to consistently deliver yield benefits due to its ability to enhance green leaf area, and offers excellent activity on septoria and market leading activity on rusts.

 

“It’s performed well in both high and low disease pressure years, and across multiple locations, varieties and crops.”

 

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