If you’re looking to maximize yield and disease protection (and who isn’t?), Bayer fungicides are your first choice. No matter what you’re growing. No matter where you’re growing it. One thing is clear. Applying a Bayer fungicide can help deliver increased quality, increased yield and most importantly, a bigger return on your investment. It’s Grow Time™
*The products below are recommended based on our region as determined from your IP address. The recommendations may not reflect the disease pressures or your farm.
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At Bayer, we are constantly striving to deliver the right solutions for your farm. You know disease is a persistent threat that can eat into your yields and your bottom line. That’s why we are constantly assessing disease pressure and geographic considerations to deliver innovative fungicide solutions that help protect your yield and quality. See what’s new from Canada’s fungicide experts for the 2021-2022 season.
NEW Prosaro PRO fungicide delivers enhanced disease protection and grain quality for professional wheat and barley growers.
Prosaro® PRO fungicide sets the standard as the only foliar fungicide to deliver ergot, fusarium head blight and leaf disease protection in wheat and barley. An effective solution with multi-modes of action and three powerful active ingredients, it provides exceptional protection in high disease pressure situations. So, when you want to maximize your return on investment, reach for Prosaro PRO.
NEW Proline GOLD fungicide delivers next-level, dual mode of action protection against sclerotinia.
Proline® GOLD is a new fungicide that delivers outstanding protection in high disease pressure situations against sclerotinia, the most serious canola disease. Two highly effective active ingredients work in synergy to give excellent disease protection for exceptional yield potential. Give sclerotinia a one, two punch.
NEW TilMOR fungicide gives you the freedom to spray from flag leaf to heading.
TilMOR™ fungicide is your flex timing specialist that can be sprayed from flag leaf to heading to control leaf diseases in your wheat, barley and oats and protect against fusarium head blight in wheat. Depending on your crop stage, weather or other factors important to your operation, you can apply TilMOR precisely when you need to.
You rely on data to help make decisions throughout the year. Bayer fungicides consistently perform year over year and we continue to be the fungicide experts that growers can depend on. We’re proud to collaborate with farmers just like you on our annual cooperated fungicide field trials and we’re so confident that we back our product’s performance with the Bayer Fungicide ROI Guarantee Program. If you don’t believe our trials, run your own and see for yourself.
We’ve been collecting fungicide trial data from across the prairies for more than 13 years, you could say we know a thing or two about how our products perform in local conditions. See how It Pays to Spray with the Western Highlights from the 2020 fungicide trial results.
The Climate FieldView™ platform brings all your data in one place, tracks your applications and helps you identify performance differences through analysis tools. Want to run your own trial using FieldView?
It’s as simple as this: If an eligible Bayer fungicide has a lower return on investment (ROI) than an eligible competitor fungicide under the terms of the 2021 Bayer Fungicide ROI Guarantee Program, Bayer will rebate the ROI difference on up to 160 acres to eligible participants1. Potential participants of the Bayer Fungicide ROI Program must have an active Climate FieldView software platform subscription, and be signed up for the 2021 BayerValue™ Grower Rewards Program.
Learn more from our fungicide experts
Sclerotinia is the last thing you want to see in your canola crop. Watch as Erin McDougall and Mikayla Rouire, introduces you to the power of Proline® GOLD fungicide in the fight against sclerotinia in your canola.
Canada's #1 selling cereal fungicide Prosaro XTR helps your crop spend less energy defending itself, and more energy producing yield numbers that you'll love. Check out the video to see exactly how it works.
Learn more about how to protect your canola crop from this yield robbing disease.
Learn about the most common diseases in soybean and dry bean crops in Western Canada, how to identify them and proactive tips to mitigate and manage these diseases.
Adequate spray coverage is a must for your contact herbicides to work effectively. Watch this video to learn the four key rules of nozzle selection.
Watch as Andria Karstens shows you how Bayer is supporting innovation and sustainability objectives through the FieldView™ Targeted Fungicide Application Project for canola.
Knowing what the optimal timing for your cereal T3 fungicide application is makes all the difference. Rory Cranston, Cereal and Pulse Technical Manager fills you in.
Come along with Jon Weinmaster, Grower and Channel Marketing Manager as he explains why it’s all about the chemistry when fighting fusarium head blight with Prosaro® XTR.
Stephane Myre, DEKALB Agronomist, discusses Corn Fungicide trial results at Expo-Champs in Quebec.
There are only three major modes of action used on field crops in Canada. We need to dig deeper to understand and assess the true risk of developing fungicide resistance.
With some of the worst seasons for disease still in recent memory, a new year and a new season ahead provides reasons to be optimistic with more…
Given the ubiquity of sclerotinia, it’s surprising that there are still some commonly held myths about how this disease behaves and how best to treat it.
To get the most out of your fungicide application in spring cereals, pay attention to crop stage. Here are the main timings to consider.
Fusarium is the most devastating fungal disease of wheat in Canada, costing the industry over $1 billion annually in yield, quality and market losses.
There are several common beliefs about how and when to treat for sclerotinia, but you might be surprised to learn the background behind the myths and facts.
How and when tar spot arrived, how it impacts corn, how to manage it and expectations for the future.
The conditions we have been experiencing across most of the Prairies has resulted in variability in growth stage of both wheat and barley, as well as other crops.
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