Root and yield-boosting seed treatment gains UK approval for spring wheat
Farming Monthly National|October 2020
UK spring wheat growers have a new seed treatment option for this season’s plantings, with news that the SDHI-based fungicide seed treatment, Vibrance Duo, has gained UK approval for the crop.

This adds to the list of cereal crops that the seed treatment can now be used in, says VibranceDuo producer Syngenta, a list that has increased since its launch in 2017, which was chiefly into winter wheat.

“This new approval marks an important milestone for UK spring wheat, which can often be planted in challenging growing conditions,” says Gillian Colman, seed care marketing manager for Syngenta.

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