Headline okayed for corn, soybeans

January 2005
Southeast Farm Press;1/19/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's decision to approve Headline fungicide for delivering improved plant health, including disease control benefits to soybean and corn growers. Headline is registered on more than 100 crops to control some of the most damaging diseases that growers face. In soybeans Headline is effective against some of the most destructive diseases, such as Cercospora blight., anthracnose frogeye leaf spot and Asian soybean rust. Headline also controls major diseases in corn, including gray leafspot, common corn rust and northern and southern corn leaf blight.


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