Proline® Fungicide
Manage Disease All Season Long

Protect Your Cotton Crop and Boost Peanut Performance

Cotton and peanut growers have a partner in the season-long effort to control disease in their crops. Proline® fungicide is your go-to solution to help you manage disease all season long to preserve cotton yield potential and boost yield in peanut.

Key Benefits for Cotton

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Manage Disease at Planting
Apply in-furrow or banded to suppress Rhizoctonia and Fusarium wilt
Suppress In-Season Disease
Take advantage of convenient foliar application for management of target spot and rust, including Southwestern cotton rust
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Protect Profit
Enhance your cotton profit by managing yield-robbing diseases all season

Key Benefits for Peanuts

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Manage Early Season Diseases
Proline suppresses soil-borne and foliar diseases, including leaf spots, Rhizoctonia limb rot, CBR and southern stem rot, also known as white mold
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Convenient Application
Apply in-furrow at plant or in a banded postemergence application

Effective Against

White mold
Fusarium wilt
Target spot

Registered Crops


Trial Data

You’re in Control of Cotton Yields with Proline

In trials testing products for control of target spot in cotton, Proline shows higher yield than other treatments and shows a positive return on investment.

Proline Adds Pounds to Peanut Yield

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Proline consistently delivered higher yields in 48 three-way comparisons in trials managed by land-grant university researchers and independent consultants between 2009 and 2016.

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