Apr 22, 2019
Magister SC by Gowan USA has new label expansion

Gowan USA has a new a crop label expansion for its Magister SC miticide.

Magister SC is a broad spectrum miticide/insecticide that delivers fast knockdown and control of spider mites (Tetranychidae), Eriophyde mites, pear psylla (Cacopsylla pyricola), control of powdery mildew (labelled crops and species) and suppression on key almond diseases. MagisterSC is also efficacious on certain labelled diseases with its FRAC 39 and has a unique mode of action, thus providing a 2 for 1 benefit of mite control and disease activity on certain crops.

For years, Magister has been trusted by growers to control mites and disease activity in almonds, walnuts, hops and cherries. The EPA has now approved registration for use on avocados, bushberries, caneberries, citrus, cucurbits, fruiting vegetables, edible pods, succulent and dried peas, low growing berries, mint, pome fruit, stone fruit and grapes as well.

Gowan USA, based in Overland Park, Kansas,is a subsidiary of the Gowan Group, a family-owned registrant and marketer of global crop protection products, seeds, and fertilizers headquartered in Yuma, Arizona. Gowan champion’s technology for agriculture and horticulture through innovative product development, public advocacy, and quality production. For more information please visit www.gowanco.com. Follow Gowan on Facebook and Twitter.

 




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