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Like any good grower, you know when you’ve got a job to do, you better do it right. So, it only makes sense that growers everywhere are trusting Proline to lower DON
levels, control late season leaf diseases and maximize their corn yield. Go for gold with Proline.
In 2014, the Grain Corn Ear Mould and Vomitoxin Survey carried out by Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
(OMAFRA) to determine ear mould incidence and the occurrence of mycotoxins in the grain, showed that high DON concentrations
(>5.0 PPM) was closely associated with ears that had Western Bean Cutworm (WBC) feeding.
Remember to scout for WBC as feeding damage fosters the development of ear moulds and toxins. If damage is evident applying an insecticide at early silking and tank-mixing it with Proline will protect your crop from late season leaf diseases, lower DON levels and maximize your crop’s yield.
(Including seed production)
Low growing berries – except strawberries
Asian soybean rust
Frogeye leaf spot
Grey leaf spot
Gummy stem blight
Sclerotinia stem rot
Septoria leaf blotch
Fusarium head blight
Gibberella ear rot
Stalk rot pathogens
Valdensinia leaf spot – blueberry only
Labels and SDS
Proline Corn Fact Sheet
Proline is the only fungicide registered to suppress fusarium & gibberella ear rot and stalk rot pathogens. Because of its activity on ear rot, Proline effectively reduces DON levels. All this plus late season disease control means higher yields at harvest.
For all other crops consult the label.