Control disease in your crops with confidence.
Because you have big yield goals and a crop you want to protect.
Proper fungicide application and timing is crucial - know when to spray and what factors to consider.
Knowing when, or even if, to spray fungicide is tough to nail down. One of the most helpful tools to use when considering the use of fungicides is the disease triangle. The disease triangle is composed of three pillars: pathogen, host, and environmental conditions.
Are conditions right for disease development?
The disease triangle diagram is still the number one reference tool for spray decisions. If you have all the points of the triangle (even a small amount) – the host crop, the presence of the disease in your area, and environmental conditions that favour disease – you need to spray. Keep in mind that some diseases are more affected by the triangle points than others.
Choose the right solution for the disease
There is no silver bullet to deal with disease in any given crop. But we can recommend an integrated pest management approach in every case. This includes physical, cultural, biological and chemical control. Ensure you’ve chosen the right control measures for the disease, and make sure to get your timing and coverage right. We’ve chosen some of the top disease challenges you’re likely to face in canola, pulses, and cereals and have paired them with our best recommendations for control. *Always read and follow label directions.
Choose your crop
What disease are you dealing with?
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