After early development and before tuber bulking, use an agronomic force field to protect potato plants from detrimental diseases, like early blight, late blight, white mold and botrytis or gray mold. Hear it from the potato industry experts in the informative videos below.
IPM Options for Tuber Initiation Stage
See the detailed Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan for Tuber Initiation as well as for all other growth stages.
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Content Spotlight – Tuber Initiation
Don’t Let Disease Ding Your Yield
Disease pressure from early blight, late blight, white mold and gray mold challenges a grower’s ability to bring in a high-quality and high-yielding potato crop. Growers tell how they’re meeting that challenge and increasing yield.
Protect Potatoes from Early Blight and White Mold
Learn how to protect potatoes from early blight and white mold for higher quality potatoes and improved yield.
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Precise Practices Required to Protect Your Potatoes from Early Blight and White Mold
Growing high-quality potatoes can feel like it requires the ultimate balance and precision with little room for error. As a potato grower, you are focused on high quality and…
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Force in the Field Resources
Integrated Pest Management Worksheet
We have provided a blank worksheet to help you keep track of your products, issues and application details.
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The Bayer 75-day Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program creates an agronomic force field, safeguarding potatoes through whatever nature throws in the way.
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Potato Recommended Application Timing
See the at-a-glance guide for which growth stage to apply which products.
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