New azole looks set to beat Opus to top spot

Abel, Charles
June 2003
Farmers Weekly;6/20/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 24, p58
Trade Publication
Presents information on prothiocona1zole, an azole fungicide for cereals developed by British firm Bayer. Action on all stem base diseases; Results of the trial on the product conducted by Velcourt; Plan of the company to combine prothioconazole with fluoxastrobin.


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