Syngenta’s seed treatment fungicide VAYANTIS (tetrazolium pyridin) was launched in Midoridin
By: Date: 2021-03-25 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,
Agri-Chem.net Chinese website:Recently, Syngenta announced its new corn and soybean seed treatment fungicide VAYANTIS ® has been registered and approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). VAYANTIS® contains active ingredients Picarbutrazox (picarbutrazox) can protect crops from key pathogens in many different planting systems, such as Pythium and Phytophthora. This new registration will help protect plant health and provide support for farmers to improve production efficiency and implement sustainable growth.

  VAYANTIS® The introduction of fungicides represents a class of tools that can help growers fight against early germs with less investment and offset the impact of environmental variables related to climate change. Enhancing the resistance of crops to Pythium in the seedling stage allows growers to adopt simplified or no-till planting systems to protect the soil and avoid expensive replanting.
  Pyramid tetrazolium has a novel mode of action, which will strengthen Syngenta’s leading Pythium control product portfolio, including MEFENOXAM for wheat, soybeans, rapeseed, rape, cereals and other crops.® technology (active ingredient:metalaxyl) And azoxystrobin. Jonathan Brown, Global Head of Seed Health of Syngenta, said that pyridin was developed by Soda Corporation of Japan, which fully proves that both companies have determined their product needs in the field of seed treatment. With the help of Syngenta Reaching the leading position in this field, they will be able to smoothly market the product.
   Chinami Yokota, Director of Development Department of Soda Japan, pointed out that they are very happy to partner with Syngenta, which will help them to market their fungicide tetrazopyramide to the market. Syngenta has been deeply involved in the seed treatment industry for a long time and has achieved great success. It is the ideal company to provide these novel products to American farmers.
  It is expected that in the next few years, the fungicide will expand to a wider range of crops and other regions. It is expected to be registered in Canada later this year.