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SipcamAdvan Participates in Peanut RX Program

Dr. Bob Kemerait, Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Georgia, recently discussed SipcamAdvan’s partnership with the Peanut RX program. Developed by researchers and extension specialists at the University of Georgia, the University of Florida and Auburn University, the Peanut RX program was designed to assist Southeast growers in determining the right combination of fungicides needed based on their unique risk level.

“Not every peanut field needs the same amount of disease control,” explains Kemerait. “This tool helps growers determine what amount of disease control they need, keeping in mind the importance of remaining profitable.”

SipcamAdvan has three fungicides that have been successfully used by peanut growers in conjunction with the Peanut RX program: Echo® Eminent®, Muscle® ADV and Echo® 720.

 

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Four New ETQ fungicides from SipcamAdvan Broaden Control, Expand Use

(Durham, NC)  SipcamAdvan expands its ETQ™ fungicide portfolio for season-long use with the addition of four new products. Echo Dyad ETQ, E-Scape ETQ, Eclipse ETQ and Sipcam Clearscape ETQ combine proven active ingredients with SipcamAdvan’s exclusive ETQ technology.

Echo Dyad ETQ contains chlorothalonil, E-Scape ETQ contains chlorothalonil and tebuconazole, Eclipse ETQ contains iprodione and Sipcam Clearscape ETQ contains tebuconazole. All incorporate SipcamAdvan ETQ technology to optimize turfgrass color, strength, density and consistency by protecting turf from UVA and UVB rays, heat and other stress factors.

“Our first ETQ fungicides were strictly chlorothalonil-based, but these new products contain additional active ingredients for season-long disease control,” George Furrer, director of specialty business for SipcamAdvan, said. “Professional turf managers benefit from an umbrella of protection encompassing the benefits of ETQ technology plus broader spectrum disease management and enhanced turf quality, while allowing adherence to annual use restrictions for chlorothalonil.”

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SipcamAdvan is owned by the Sipcam-Oxon Group, an Italian company recognized worldwide for its formulation and manufacturing expertise. SipcamAdvan uses a distribution-focused marketing strategy to provide traditional chemical and biorational products to the turf, ornamental and agricultural markets in the U.S. and Mexico. The company is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina.

 
Muscle ADV Packs Powerful Punch

(Durham, NC)   SipcamAdvan recently introduced Muscle® ADV, a new fungicide delivering a forceful punch to foliar and soil-borne diseases found in peanuts, soybeans and cucurbits. Muscle ADV is the evolution of two proven and powerful fungicides, Tebuconazole and Chlorothalonil , combined in a versatile pre-mix.

 

“Growers said they wanted a complete fungicide that offered a broad spectrum of protection,” shared Brent Sapp, SipcamAdvan’s Southeast Account Manager who works closely with peanut growers across the South. “The Chlorothalonil in Muscle ADV gives them multi-site mode of action, while the Tebuconazole delivers both preventive and curative activity.”

 

In peanuts, Muscle ADV has been proven to be effective against early and late leaf spot, rust, white mold, southern blight, Rhizoctonia , as well as other diseases. It controls powdery mildew in cucurbit crops. Among soybeans, Muscle ADV delivers preventive control of rust, anthracnose, frogeye leaf spot, Cercospora leaf blight, diaporthe pod and stem blight, and others.

 

SipcamAdvan anticipates Muscle ADV will be quickly adopted by growers seeking an anti-resistance tool for yield robbing diseases, while also addressing their return on investment (ROI) concerns.

 

For more information about these and other herbicides and fungicides available at SipcamAdvan, visit www.sipcamadvan.com.

 

SipcamAdvan

SipcamAdvan is owned by the Sipcam-Oxon Group, an Italian company recognized worldwide for its formulation and manufacturing expertise. SipcamAdvan uses a distribution-focused marketing strategy to provide traditional chemical and biorational products to the agriculture, turf and ornamental, and home and garden markets in the U.S. and Mexico. The company is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina.

 
SipcamAdvan Announces Two New Herbicides for Early Season Application

(Durham, NC)   SipcamAdvan has expanded its popular Stalwart family of products to include two new herbicides that provide early-season weed control for a variety of Glyphosate, PPO and ALS resistant weeds. Stalwart® MTZ is a metolachlor and metribuzin pre-mix for use on potatoes and soybeans; while Stalwart® Xtra Lite is a safened pre-mix of metolachlor and atrazine for use on corn.

 

“Stalwart MTZ is effective because it fights weeds during the critical germination stage, protecting early crop growth from competition for moisture, light and nutrients,” explains Giovanni Mattaini, Agriculture Product Manager with SipcamAdvan. “The difference is seen in the quality of the potatoes and soybeans, as well as the yield.”

 

Stalwart Xtra Lite contains the same proven ingredients of its sister product Stalwart Xtra, but with a reduced amount of atrazine that makes it ideal for a planned two-pass program for corn. It can be applied before or after planting, but before weeds emerge in all tillage systems.

 

For more information about these and other herbicides and fungicides available at SipcamAdvan, visit www.sipcamadvan.com.

 

SipcamAdvan

SipcamAdvan is owned by the Sipcam-Oxon Group, an Italian company recognized worldwide for its formulation and manufacturing expertise. SipcamAdvan uses a distribution-focused marketing strategy to provide traditional chemical and biorational products to the agriculture, turf and ornamental, and home and garden markets in the U.S. Canada and Mexico. The company is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina.

 
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