Miravis® Neo

From the field...

Miravis® Neo combines ADEPIDYN® with propiconazole (Group 3) and azoxystrobin (Group 11) to deliver unprecedented power, spectrum and stamina plus built-in resistance management. Miravis® Neo can be applied early to deliver full preventative protection throughout the infection period, helping growers achieve a stronger, healthier crop with improved standability for a quick win come harvest.

Explore the evidence below to discover the difference for yourself!

Highlights from the first year of Miravis® fungicide in Canada

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“In 2019, we never did see any diseases. We did see lines in the field from satellite imagery where we sprayed Miravis® Neo. It did enhance canopy growth. We didn’t see any drastic difference in yield, but there still was that difference in canopy.”

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Jeff Brown,

south of Regina, SK, 2020

A difference you can see.
Photo taken by WestGreen Agronomy in Waldheim, SK, on August 16, 2019.
Aerial view of a pulse field showing improved quality with Miravis® Neo treatment on left half of the field.
Miravis® Neo Dyax®

Miravis® Neo helps plants stay greener longer than the competition. This can be a key factor in achieving higher yields.

Plants stay greener, longer.
Photo taken in Camrose, AB, on Aug. 20, 2019.
Ground view of a pulse field showing improved quality with Miravis® Neo treatment on left half of field.
Miravis® Neo
55.6 bu/ac
46.5 bu/ac

No matter how you look at it, plants treated with Miravis® Neo retained their green leaves longer.

Seeing is believing.
Photo taken in Paradise Valley, AB, 2020.
view of a yellow pea field showing visual differences of treated vs. untreated.

Miravis® Neo delivered powerful protection you can see in these yellow peas – even at a distance.

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Higher yields and long-lasting, consistent performance.

In field-scale trials in 2019 and 2020,
Miravis® Neo consistently performed through a range of crop conditions, providing powerful control of Ascochyta blight in peas and chickpeas.

Source: Syngenta validation trials in peas conducted in AB, SK and MB in 2019 and 2020. Includes yield data from the following fungicide products: Delaro®, Dyax®, and Priaxor®.
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More crop in the bin at harvest.
Photos taken in Vanguard, SK, on July 29, 2019, 56 days after application.
Close ups showing more branching and pod production with Miravis® Neo treatment on the right.

In field trials, chickpea plants treated with Miravis® Neo branched more and increased their pod production by 23 percent.

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