For disease protection that’s broader, stronger and longer, Veltyma® is the optimal fungicide to control foliar diseases in a wide range of crops including corn, potatoes, soybeans and wheat.
1 Plant Health Benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin.
2 All comparisons are to untreated unless otherwise stated.
4 Includes control of Group 11 resistant biotypes.
|Corn (field, pop, seed and sweet)||V12 to silk browning|
|Potatoes||7 to 14 day application interval|
|Soybeans||Early flower to mid-pod development (R1 to R3)|
|Sugar beets||14 day application interval|
|Wheat (all types)||Stem elongation to flag leaf|
5 Do not make more than two sequential applications of Veltyma fungicide targeting the same disease before alternating to a labelled fungicide containing a different mode of action.
One case of Veltyma fungicide will treat 53 to 106 acres (22 to 43 hectares) depending on the rate used.
|Wheat||152 to 202 ml/ac (375 to 500 ml/ha)|
|Corn, potatoes and soybeans||202 ml/ac (500 ml/ha)|
|Sugar beets||202 to 303 ml/ac (500 to 750 ml/ha)|
Rainfastness – When product has dried on crop. Do not apply when heavy rain is forecast.
Restricted Entry Interval – 12 hours.
Resistance Management – Fungicide use should be based on an integrated disease management program that includes scouting, historical information related to pesticide use and crop rotation and considers host plant resistance, impact of environmental conditions on disease development, disease thresholds, as well as cultural, biological and other chemical control practices.