By Top Crop Manager
Aug. 22, 2013, Mississauga, Ont. – BASF Canada Inc. has received registration for Priaxor fungicide for use on corn and soybeans in Eastern Canada. Priaxor is the first fungicide registered in Eastern Canada containing xemium, the new active ingredient in the carboxamide family.
BASF says xemium allows growers to control pathogens over a broad range of stages. The company claims xemium has strong mobility characteristics, allowing it to redistribute itself on the plant and leaf surface to provide more consistent disease control.
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