Seed & Chemical
New Twinline fungicide now registered on Eastern cereals
By CNW Group Ltd.
Mar. 6, 2012, Mississauga, ON - Now registered in Eastern Canada, new Twinline fungicide from BASF Canada Inc. (BASF) is bringing superior leaf disease control to cereals. Registered on wheat, barley and oats, Twinline fungicide provides dual modes of action to control leaf diseases with the added power of AgCalence.
Twinline controls a broad range of leaf diseases in cereals, including tan spot, septoria leaf spot, leaf rust, stripe rust, spot blotch, net blotch, scald, crown rust and powdery mildew.
"Twinline brings a new level of leaf disease control to cereals," says Jason Leitch, Brand Manager of Fungicides at BASF. "The two modes of action in Twinline provide superior, long-lasting control of cereal leaf diseases when used preventatively."
As a product that contains pyraclostrobin (the active ingredient in Headline), Twinline provides AgCelence benefits which often include greener leaves, stronger stems for better harvestability and higher yield potential compared to untreated acres.
"This is the first fungicide outside of Headline that has features the unique benefits of AgCelence," says Leitch.
Learn more about Twinline, including application timing and trial results, by visiting AgSolutions.
About the BASF SE Crop Protection division
With sales of €4.0 billion in 2010, BASF SE's Crop Protection division is a leader in crop protection and a strong partner to the farming industry providing well-established and innovative fungicides, insecticides and herbicides. Farmers use these products and services to improve crop yields and crop quality. Other uses include public health, structural/urban pest control, turf and ornamental plants, vegetation management, and forestry. BASF aims to turn knowledge rapidly into market success. The vision of BASF SE's Crop Protection division is to be the world's leading innovator, optimizing agricultural production, improving nutrition, and thus enhancing the quality of life for a growing world population.