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16 Oct 2020

ARIZONA: the essential multi-site fungicide for future-proofing disease control

ADAMA UK will be at this years virtual CropTec show to engage with visitors about the importance of including a multi-site fungicide as part of an integrated approach to disease management.

With resistance to single-site chemistries making cereal diseases such as septoria in wheat and ramularia in barley increasingly difficult to control, a multi-site fungicide must be included in spring spray programmes not only to protect crops in the short-term, but also to prolong the effective lifetime of susceptible azoles, SDHIs and strobilurins.

The following video explains how multi-site fungicides such as Arizona (500g/l folpet) can help growers to reduce the pressure on single site active ingredients and overcome the fungicide resistance challenge by targeting multiple biochemical processes within a fungal pathogen.

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Arizona the key benefits:

Arizona, powered by MSI Protech, is the only multi-site fungicide that has been proven to protect single site chemistry from resistance. As a multi-site inhibitor, Arizona acts against three bio-chemical pathways within fungal cells to provide the following key benefits:

Valuable efficacy:

• Good protection against septoria and ramularia

• Useful reduction of yellow rust

• Greening effect and yield boost

Future-proof activity:

• Multi-site mode of action has no resistance issues

• A key anti-resistance building block

• Protects single site chemistry against resistance

Optimises partner efficacy:

• Folpet does not interfere with triazole/SDHI uptake, thereby maximising their efficacy.

Arizona from ADAMA

ARIZONA® is a unique multi-site protectant fungicide containing straight folpet at 500 g/L. In addition to providing activity against septoria in wheat and rhynchosporium in barley, it also provides useful additional protection against ramularia and has the added benefit of not interfering with the activity of partner azoles or SDHIs.

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