Redigo Pro

Redigo Pro ensures sound establishment in all varieties of winter and spring wheat, providing a healthy crop to build on for high yield potential. It is also suitable for durum wheat, winter and spring oats and barley, rye and triticale.

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(Active substances: prothioconazole and tebuconazole)

Why Redigo Pro

Redigo Pro protects against all important seed- and soil-borne wheat diseases. Its two advanced actives work together by acting inside germinating seedlings.

Main advantages

Broad-spectrum control:

  • Seedling blight and stem base browning: improves the health of stem bases by reducing symptoms caused by Microdochium nivale and Fusarium spp.
  • Loose smut: caused by Ustilago nuda fsp. tritici and U. avenae (U. nuda fsp. hordei in winter and spring barley)
  • Seed- and soil-borne bunt: (infections of Tilletia caries)
  • Blue mould: (Penicillium spp.)
  • Ergot: reduces germination of treated ergot particles
  • Leaf stripe: partial control of Pyrenophora graminea in winter and spring barley (not crops grown for multiplication)

Low application dose:

  • 0.5 litres Redigo Pro per tonne of wheat seed; 0.67 litres per tonne of barley seed

Getting the best from Redigo Pro

Quality of application is crucial to making sure that you get the best out of Redigo Pro. Using a Bayer CropScience-approved treater will ensure that you receive the maximum benefit from your investment in the product.

Important things to remember

  • Drill to a uniform depth (around 4 cm) and cover the seed by soil
  • Always store Redigo Pro safely
  • Clear up spillages immediately

Redigo Pro as part of a programme

Redigo Pro is the start point in your programme to control Fusarium diseases. To maximise its role in tackling Fusarium ear diseases, and ultimately minimising mycotoxins, use in a programme with a foliar fungicide such as Proline275 (prothioconazole).