Triangle Means More Fungicide on Corn
“A lot of farmers compare products and notice they could pay x-amount for a product that has only one mode of action or buy Stratego that has two modes of action for about the same price or even less,” Flowers said. A 2010 price reduction for Stratego provided that competitive advantage, he explained.
Because a late-season application of Stratego has proven itself with a large share of growers, not just continuous corn growers, several early-adopter growers moved onto another fungicide agronomic practice this year—applying Stratego mixed with
a post-emergence herbicide at the corn’s V5 stage of growth to control early anthracnose leaf blight and eyespot that was a concern, Cink explained. Several fields were treated in his area.
Technical Sales Consultant Larry Cink can be reached for more information by e-mail at email@example.com.
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