Prothioconazole is key in barley

In trials in 2012 prothioconazole was shown to be more important than SDHIs against key barley diseases such as Rhynchosporium. SDHIs can lift performance further, but not with other azoles.

SDHIs-vs-Rhyncho

 1 independent spring trial, 2012 Scotland near Fife.  CV. Concerto.  Average Rhynchosporium levels in untreated leaves 1 - 2 = 28%.  Untreated yield = 4.59t/ha

Bontima contains isopyrazam + cyprodinil and is a registered trademark of Syngenta

Adexar contains epoxiconazole + fluxapyroxad and is a registered trademark of BASF