Adexar® is a highly effective fungicide based on the innovative active ingredient Xemium®. The product provides excellent disease control in numerous crops and contributes decisively to securing yield and quality.
- +0.21 t/ha on average over Aviator (2014 & 2015, n=26, BASF trials)
- High yield security through excellent disease control
- Best Septoria and rust fungicide 6 years running: joint top in barley 2 years running (AHDB trials)
- Widest effective application window for T1 and T2 – delivers rapid, long lasting protection and curative performance
The best all round cereal fungicide season after season, year after year!
Adexar® is formulated as an emulsifiable concentrate (EC) and continues to deliver the highest profitability in low and high disease situations.
Based on the leading SDHI (Xemium®) and the strongest rust and Septoria azole (epoxiconazole), Adexar® delivers the very best protection for both crop and profitability. Combining the two active ingredients ensures that relevant fungal diseases are controlled in a particularly secure and prolonged way.
Adexar® is distinguished as a combination product through its broad range of effects against the most important pathogens in numerous crops. The combination of Xemium with epoxiconazole – a carboxamide (SDHI) with an azole – has made it possible to formulate a new, high-quality broad-spectrum fungicide.
Adexar® is proven to deliver reliable performance with consistent returns. Following our claim in Spring 2016 that Adexar® could deliver £20 extra margin per hectare over Aviator®235 Xpro, a number of farmers across the UK decided to test it out for themselves. In each case, Adexar® out yielded Aviator®235 Xpro delivering way in excess of £20 extra margin per hectare.
|Active ingredient(s)||62.5 g/l epoxiconazole + 62.5 g/l fluxapyroxad|
|Formulation||Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)|
|Pack size||10 litres in outers of two|
|Crop(s)||Winter and spring wheat, durum wheat, winter and spring barley, oats, rye and triticale|
|Disease activity||Septoria tritici, Septoria nodorum, yellow rust, brown rust, powdery mildew, net blotch, Rhynchosporium and eyespot (for full list see label)|
|Maximum individual dose||2.0 litres per hectare|
|Maximum number of treatments||Two per crop|
|Latest time of application||Winter and spring wheat, durum wheat, rye and triticale Up to and including flowering (anthesis) just complete (GS 69)|
|Latest time of application||Winter and spring barley and oats Up to and including emergence of ear just complete (GS 59)|
|Latest time of application||Malting barley Up to boots swollen (GS 45)|
|Water volume||100-300 litres per hectare|
|Aquatic buffer zone||LERAP B|
|Processed crops||When applied to barley intended for malting, refer to the latest timing restrictions for fluxapyroxad and epoxiconazole given by the British Beer and Pub Association|
Xemium® is the first choice at T1 and T2 – covering all the major diseases at each timing
Xemium® combines premium preventable and curative activity for reliable and flexible use, delivering improved disease control, higher yields and improved quality.
Containing Xemium®, Adexar® is the product of choice in high disease pressure situations. Even in low disease seasons, other benefits such as improved water use efficiency can provide an additional 10% or more yield (ADAS, 2011-13). For seven years, Adexar® has provided certainty as the best all-round product for controlling septoria and yellow rust in AHDB trials.
Earn more than an extra £23/ha by using Adexar®
Adexar® is a consistent performer season after season and continues to deliver the highest profitability in low and high disease situations. Based on the leading SDHI (Xemium®) and the strongest rust and Septoria azole (epoxiconazole), Adexar® delivers the very best protection for both crop and profitability. In Spring 2016, Clive Bailye from The Farming Forum (TFF) decided to test the BASF claim that T1 Adexar® and T2 Librax® could deliver £20/ha margin over Aviator. Clive was admittedly sceptical, but BASF was up for the challenge, and so was he. The claim paid off, and not only did he achieve the £20/ha promise, he far surpassed it and the end result was a £57/ha margin over Aviator.