Syngenta’s new seed treatment fungicide Trebuset™ Cereals (pydiflumetofen) was approved in the United States
By: Date: 2021-04-17 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: , Chinese website reported:Recently, Syngenta’s new seed treatment fungicide TrebusetCereals is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The product contains the active ingredient pydiflumetofen, which can prevent and control diseases with a broad spectrum and help growers maximize yield.

   Syngenta Seed Health Product Director Josh Kelley said, Trebuset Cereals brings growers a new tool against fusarium, brown spot and powdery mildew. In addition, Trebuset Cereals can stay in the root zone to promote the growth of seedlings and increase the yield potential.
  Kelley pointed out that for farmers, the product is a new mode of action for the prevention and control of Fusarium. It can even enter the seed coat, providing the best pathogen prevention and control performance in similar products, even under severe disease stress. , Can also maintain long-term control.
   Trebuset Cereals can also provide a higher level of early-season prevention and control against brown spot and powdery mildew, and at the same time planting can also control seed rot and seedling blight. In addition, Trebuset Cereals are constantly moving in the soil to provide protection to the developing root system, thereby promoting the establishment of crops and ultimately increasing the potential for increasing yield.
  Using this product when planting, farmers can see that the dust is reduced and the planting efficiency is improved. Trebuset can help growers manage their risks in the early season to get a good harvest in the harvest season.