FORTIX
FORTIX

Overview

NOTHING PROTECTS THE FLAG LEAF IN SPRING AND
WINTER WHEAT QUITE LIKE FORTIX® FUNGICIDE

Because FORTIX® moves rapidly into and through the plant, it’s particularly effective when applied at the flag-leaf stage, a critical time for kernel development. FORTIX can also be applied at herbicide timing, with higher rates providing more consistent performance.

Features

A HIGHLY SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE FOR IN-FURROW USE IN CORN AND SOYBEANS

  • Highly systemic, fast-acting strobilurin combined with a highly systemic, fast-acting triazole
  • Systemic and translaminar movement
  • Moves quickly within the plant to provide complete protection
  • Residual and curative activity

MAXIMUM COVERAGE. MAXIMUM YIELD.

Because FORTIX moves rapidly into and through the plant, it’s particularly effective when applied at the flag-leaf stage, a critical time for kernel development. FORTIX can also be applied at herbicide timing, with higher rates providing more consistent performance.

 

APPLICATION FLEXIBILITY: THREE OPTIONS TO FIT YOUR NEEDS

 

GOOD

•  Use FORTIX any time – either at herbicide timing or flag leaf.
•  At herbicide timing, higher rate will provide more consistent performance.
•  Field trials show FORTIX at herbicide timing (5 fl oz/A) beat competitors by nearly 6 bu/A.

BETTER

•  Use FORTIX at flag leaf in areas where Rust is a major disease and no Fusarium head blight is present.

BEST

•  In areas where Fusarium head blight is common, use FORTIX at flag leaf or earlier and follow up with a Fusarium head blight treatment.

Benefits

FAST ACTING MAXIMUM COVERAGE. MAXIMUM YIELD.

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RESIDUAL AND CURATIVE STOPS DISEASE IN ITS TRACKS

APPLICATION FLEXIBILITY THREE OPTIONS TO FIT YOUR NEEDS

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Pests Controlled

DISEASES CONTROLLED IN WHEAT

  • Leaf rust
  • Powdery mildew
  • Septoria leaf and glume blotch
  • Stem rust
  • Stripe rust
  • Tan spot

Timing and Usage Rates

Trials