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TilMOR™ cereal fungicide
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Proline® GOLD offers superior protection against sclerotinia.
It's an easy-to-use liquid formulation that provides systemic and contact protection for your canola.
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Field Health Imagery
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2021 Crop Production Guide
All the information you need on Bayer crop protection products for 2021.
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2021 Seed Guide
You get about 40 chances to achieve your best yield yet. So make the most of them with DEKALB.
Fungicide DST Map
Find out why it pays to spray! For over a decade, we’ve conducted hundreds of field-scale trials that show the power of our Fungicide portfolio.
Bayer's customized herbicide solutions for control and supression of common grass and broadleaf weeds in cereals.
Continuous corn production presents several challenges; however, proper management and realistic goals can help realize yield potential for a continuous corn system.
Late-season damage from corn earworm (Figure 1), fall armyworm, western bean cutworm, and European corn borer can damage corn ears and lead to increased incidence of disease and rot.
Blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans) is a stubble-borne fungus that infects canola crops across the prairies.
They can be serious pests in many crops including cereal crops, forages, corn, pulses, potatoes and other horticulture crops. Though less severe, wireworms can also feed on canola.
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