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Syngenta Cereals Crop

When it comes to controlling diseases and protecting your bottom line, it’s important to choose a trusted product with proven performance. Quadris® fungicide offers optimal disease control to help corn, potato, soybean and vegetable growers, among others, to maximize return on investment. It is broad-spectrum and provides complete plant protection with its xylem-mobile systemic activity. Quadris also enables crops to utilize resources like air, water and nutrients more efficiently.

Product Highlights

  • Optimizes yield and quality by helping the plant use resources efficiently
  • Provides long-lasting, broad-spectrum control of yield-robbing diseases
  • Offers effective control of all four classes of fungi
  • Offers application flexibility and long-lasting residual disease control
  • Provides broad-spectrum preventive disease control even to new plant growth through the Quadris X-Factor™

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Rhizoctonia Alert(PDF)
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Quadris-Endigo Soybean Trifold(PDF)
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Quadris Comparison Guide(PDF)
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Quadris Early Info Sheet(PDF)
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Quadris Early Trifold(PDF)
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News

Jul 31, 2015

Protect late planted corn from disease

As we move into August with late planted corn we need to be prepared to protect it from disease which most likely will develop as they did on the earlier planted acres. This West Plains IPM Updateincludes some slides which will provide some help in identifying these various diseases in corn and some of the conditions which promote occurrence. Next you will find a table of Fungicides Labelled for Corn, and which diseases they help manage.Read more »


Jan 9, 2013

“Do Fungicides Pay in Drought?” Question Answered in 2012

Syngenta yield data indicates Quilt Xcel® fungicide helped corn and soybeans in drought-stressed regions across the U.S. better tolerate the 2012 drought. Read more »


Jul 2, 2012

Dry Weather Creating Crop Management Issues

Iowa farmers are concerned about abnormally hot and dry weather this growing season. Following such a mild winter, many corn and soybean growers planted their crops a lot earlier than usual this year, but they did not expect drought-like conditions to be occurring already. Limited rainfall and high temperatures are the prime ingredients in creating poor crop formation and therefore, reducing yield and profit.Read more »


Feb 7, 2011

An Additional Opportunity to Expand Yield through Disease Control and Plant Performance

Quadris® fungicide applied early positions corn for maximum yield at a critical growth stage through preventive disease control, better stress response and increased Plant Performance™.Read more »