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Oct 21, 2020
California registration set for Aprovia Top fungicide from Syngenta

Aprovia Top fungicide from Syngenta, a broad-spectrum disease control tool containing two highly efficacious active ingredients, recently was approved for use in California.

According to a news release, Aprovia Top delivers a potent combination to help growers manage resistance and control diseases in grapes, cucurbits, fruiting vegetables and garlic. The two active ingredients in Aprovia Top, Solatenol fungicide and difenoconazole offer dual modes of action to combat disease resistance and provide long-lasting residual control.

“Aprovia Top fits into existing disease control programs to optimize marketable yield and quality potential,” says Raj Iragavarapu, Syngenta product lead. “The two powerful chemistries in Aprovia Top help prevent spores from infecting crops early in the season and discourage disease spread as the season progresses. Aprovia Top is a dependable choice combining the proven performance of a triazole with the latest chemistry.”

Aprovia Top’s complementary chemistries can increase marketable yield potential and crop quality in grapes, cucurbits, fruiting vegetables, garlic and other crops. Other benefits include:

  • Excellent rain-fastness and application flexibility
  • Extended residual control
  • Systemic activity with even distribution throughout crop leaves

To learn more about disease control with Aprovia Top, contact your local retailer or Syngenta representative . Join the conversation online – connect with Syngenta at Syngenta-us.com/social.

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