With the drought conditions in 2017 compared to the warm and wet conditions of 2016, and hot and dry temperatures in 2015, Mother Nature has offered those who grow pulses a variety of conditions to contend with. While no two seasons have been the same, on average there are ROI benefits to a pulse fungicide application in both dry and wet years.
Three years of Bayer fungicide trials prove that under a variety of growing conditions, you can realize a higher yield with a Delaro fungicide application. Delaro provides protection against disease and keeps plants healthier longer – allowing them to maximize their yield potential.
Preventive control is critical for diseases like mycosphaerella blight in field peas; ascochyta blight in field peas, lentils and chickpeas; anthracnose in lentils; and white mould in chickpeas, field peas, lentils and soybeans – some of the most common, yield robbing diseases in pulse crops today. A fungicide should be applied at first flower, prior to canopy closure or when initial signs of the disease appear.
Delaro fungicide provides broad-spectrum disease control of all major pulse diseases on the Prairies. Its dual mode of action provides both preventive and post-infection activity.
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