Now strawberry growers can get more berries to market – and onto kitchen tables – with KENJA fungicide, a new product from Summit Agro USA.
A group 7 fungicide, KENJA’s chemistry is scientifically designed to minimize resistance potential and maximize sellable yield, fending off gray mold from the field to the packing house. Already proven to provide in-season disease control in high value crops including lettuce, canola, almonds and grapes, a harvest day application of KENJA can add two or more days to post harvest strawberries.
MISSION is different—providing powerful pre-emergence and post-emergence control of broadleaf weeds and grasses. Since the active ingredient, flazasulfuron, is absorbed through the root and foliage of plants, MISSION acts quickly, offering:
Already proven in Europe, MISSION is now available to U.S growers, exclusively through Helena Chemical Company and Tenkoz member companies.
Now available for use in wine grapes, table grapes, raisins, berries, small climbing fruit, and cucurbit vegetables, PROLIVO protects your crop by offering:
You can count on PROLIVO to protect your crop, enhancing yields and quality.
Used as a preventative treatment, apply PROLIVO beginning with initial flowering, or when conditions are favorable for disease development. PROLIVO can be used at rates of 4–5 fluid ounces per acre on a 14 day spray schedule in grapes and similar vine climbing fruits dependent on disease conditions. For Cucurbits, strawberries and similar low growing berries PROLIVO may be used on a 7-10 day schedule.
PROLIVO activity can be improved with the addition of an organosilicant, non-ionic, or mixture adjuvant when used at the rates specified on the adjuvant label.
Make PROLIVO a key part of your powdery mildew disease control program today.
With a unique chemistry, RANMAN is the only fungicide with a group 21 designation, making it the perfect choice for your disease resistance management program, providing:
RANMAN provides proven protection against pink rot, downy mildew, cavity spot and late blight, working in potatoes, cucurbits, carrots, brassicas and lettuce.