Two years of university trials demonstrate the power of KENJA® 400SC Fungicide for outstanding control of Botrytis (Grey mold)
Posted at 12:00 AM on July, 1 2019
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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif -- The results for the 2019 Cal Poly trials are in, and KENJA® 400SC fungicide once again outperformed other fungicides for control of Botrytis in strawberries. Data from both 2018 and 2019 trials demonstrate how well KENJA worked when matched up against other treatments for control of Botrytis (Grey mold).

There is a key factor that drives this consistent performance. It’s the unique molecular structure that distinguishes KENJA as one of the most active products in its class of chemistry.

This means California strawberry growers have a dependable tool available to them. One that has broad-spectrum activity not only for Botrytis, but also for control of Powdery Mildew and Anthracnose.

Getting on top of disease problems in strawberries is critical to preserving a high-value crop. Summit Agro encourages producers to talk to their PCA about how KENJA is an excellent fit for their disease control program. Or they can visit www.summitagro-usa.com/products/kenja for more information.

 

Always read and follow label directions.

KENJA is sold exclusively through Helena Agri-Enterprises and Tenkoz member companies.

KENJA is an invention and registered trademark of Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha, Ltd., and is manufactured and developed by ISK Biosciences Corporation.

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