The Power of Prosaro
- As the leading fungicide for fighting scab in the U.S., Prosaro has been rigorously tested on the performance of its two active ingredients
- North Dakota State University rates the triazole chemistry in Prosaro as “very good” — the highest among fungicides in efficacy against scab*.
- Along with being the top product in the U.S. for combatting scab, Prosaro is also the standard scab fungicide used in government-approved European countries
"To take on DON, steer clear of strobilurin chemistry at flag leaf emergence and later, and apply Prosaro at early flowering,” Myers said. “If you want to grow high quality wheat, plan to treat your crop around Feekes 10.51 to get the best control of leaf and head diseases, and preserve both yield and quality."
Results of replicated field trials illustrate how Prosaro can improve wheat quality and help achieve more of the crop’s yield potential.
Grower satisfaction overwhelmingly supports the data. In a recent survey, Prosaro users were asked to provide candid feedback about their experiences with Prosaro. All of the unfiltered reviews and ratings can be viewed online here.
According to wheat grower Rob Richardson of Vicksburg, Mich., “A few years ago, we actually had a field that didn’t get put into the Prosaro program, and that field yielded less than half of what our normal overall farm yield was for that year.”
Greg Messer, a grower in Richardton, N.D., says he’s been using Prosaro for four seasons because its broad-spectrum disease control has helped him maximize yields and profit potential. “When you apply Prosaro in one row and not the other, you can see immediately see the difference when you run a yield monitor against it,” he said. “You can actually see the difference from a mile away, just in the color of the straw.”