Bayer’s new Delaro™ fungicide for corn and soybeans was put to the test by growers this past season in 500 field trials across 20 states and passed with flying colors by providing broad-spectrum disease control, dual mode of action residual and improved plant health.
Thorsten Schwindt, Bayer corn and soybean fungicides product manager, and Randy Myers, fungicides portfolio manager, discuss the results of 2017 field trials, how Delaro is different from other fungicides, and availability for 2018.
Delaro has received EPA label approval and will be available for the upcoming season. For more information about Delaro observations in their area, growers can talk to their local Bayer representatives and retailers. To learn more, visit www.delaro.us.
Learn more in this interview with Schwindt and Myers: Interview with Thorsten Schwindt and Randy Myers, Bayer
Dan Durick of McClleland, Iowa, a former national NCGA yield contest winner, participated in the Delaro trial this season because he likes to try cutting-edge products and is always looking to outdo his yield from the year before.
Listen to Dan tell his story about using Delaro this season: Interview with Dan Durick, Iowa farmer