Stack the deck in your favour with Miravis® Ace fungicide for spring, winter and durum wheat. Formulated with the unique Group 7 fungicide ADEPIDYN®, Miravis® Ace provides superior Fusarium head blight (FHB) protection and consistent performance you can count on.
Miravis® Ace provides preventative and long-lasting protection from all significant Fusarium species, even under hot, humid or wet conditions during head emergence and flowering.
Photos taken in Portage, MB, in 2018.
Miravis® Ace protects the crop from infection and loss of grade, reducing the incidence of Fusarium damaged kernels.
Photo taken in Clinton, ON, on July 19, 2019.
Miravis® Ace helps your crop do just that, providing power you can see.
1 Miravis® Ace performed as good as or better than Prosaro®/Prosaro® XTR in terms of DON suppression in 36 of 47 trials. Prosaro® was used in 2017. Prosaro® XTR was used in 2018. For the purposes of these trials, Prosaro® plus an adjuvant and Prosaro® XTR performance in the field were judged to be equivalent.
Source: Syngenta small plot research in AB, SK and MB, conducted in 2017 and 2018. N = 47.
In research authorizations, Miravis® Ace delivered an average yield increase of 2.5 bu/ac in 2018, and 2.6 bu/ac in 2019 against competitors.
Source: Miravis® Ace research authorizations conducted in AB, SK and MB in 2018 and 2019. Includes aggregate yield data from the following fungicide products: Acapela®, Caramba® , Folicur® , and Prosaro®.
In small plot trials, Miravis® Ace applied at BBCH 57 out-yielded Prosaro® XTR by 19.8 bu/ac. When applied at BBCH 65, Miravis® Ace out-yielded Prosaro® XTR by 20.7 bu/ac.
Source: Syngenta small plot research conducted in Plattsville, ON. Application on July 11, 2019, between BBCH 57 and 65. N = 4.
The letters “a,” “b,” “c,” “d” and “e” refer to statistical differences between treatments. If the letters are the same, there are no statistical differences between treatments. If the letters are different, there are statistical differences between treatments. (Tukey’s LSD, P = 0.05)
Miravis® Ace provides a higher level of consistency than the competition throughout the labelled application window. That means you have the flexibility to spray on your schedule.
Earliest stage of the application window.
Flowering begins with tallow anthers in the middle of the heads. Perfect timing!
Stop spraying when 50% of the heads on the main stems are in flower.
Anthers turn white and dry up when flowering is complete. Too late!
Performance evaluations are based on internal trials, field observations and/or public information. Data from multiple locations and years should be consulted whenever possible. Individual results may vary depending on local growing, soil and weather conditions. Always read and follow label directions. ADEPIDYN®, Agral®, Miravis® and the Syngenta logo are trademarks of a Syngenta Group Company. Other trademarks are property of their respective owners. © 2020 Syngenta.