Miravis® Prime provides next-level control and confidence to protect against disease, so growers can preserve what’s most important: yield and quality.
Miravis® Prime is registered for use on the following crops during the 2022 growing season:
Miravis® Prime accumulates in the waxy layer of a crop’s leaves and then translocates for even distribution and disease protection throughout the plant, reducing disease incidence and severity in specialty crops. Explore the evidence below to discover the difference for yourself!
Horticulture Specialist Eric Phillips shares what he saw from Miravis® Prime in grapes throughout the 2021 season.Watch video
Horticulture Specialist Patricia Kloepfer shares what she saw in Vidal grapes three days after a Miravis® Prime application to protect against Botrytis and powdery mildew.Watch video
See how Miravis® Prime fungicide from Syngenta provides an unprecedented level of protection and confidence for high value specialty crops.Watch video
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Miravis® Prime provides excellent efficacy against powdery mildew.
Miravis® Prime provided more protection and more marketable yield in lettuce than the untreated control.
Miravis® Prime provides for a longer shelf life than the industry standard program.
Miravis® Prime delivers Botrytis control you can count on to help protect yield and quality.
Miravis® Prime preserves the quality and yield of specialty crops like blueberries, helping growers realize higher yields than competitor fungicides.Source: Research authorization in highbush blueberries conducted in British Columbia in 2020. N = 2.
“We tried Miravis® Prime in 2020 on our day-neutral strawberries. We were happy with the results and purchased more for the rest of our crop. Miravis® Prime fits well into our fungicide program and we are hoping to use it again in 2021.”
Tigchelaar Berry Farm, Vineland Station, ON, 2020
“We used Miravis® Prime for the first time this season and didn’t have any more Botrytis rot or fungus than other years. I’ve used other fungicides over the past 30 years now and I’d say Miravis® Prime worked just as well – maybe even better. I’d use it again. Strawberries can be a tough crop to grow. You have to put in a lot of work for what’s basically a month-long season. I found that Miravis® Prime tank mixed really well, so that I could lay down my insecticide and foliar fertilizer during the two bloom sprays– then park the sprayer for good.”
Cape Breton, NS, 2020
Please check with your packer or exporter when using Miravis® Prime on berries destined for use outside of Canada. At time of print, Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) had been established for the active ingredients pydiflumetofen (ADEPIDYN®) for export markets in the United States. Please see the Bryant Christie Inc. Global MRL database at https://www.globalmrl.com/db#query for a complete list of MRLs. Should you need additional information on export market MRLs, please consult with Syngenta to receive the most up-to-date information. 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. Miravis® Neo refers to Miravis® Neo 300SE. ADEPIDYN®, Miravis® and the Syngenta logo are trademarks of a Syngenta Group Company. Other trademarks are property of their respective owners. © 2022 Syngenta.