Revystar® XE is a systemic fungicide with protectant and curative properties for disease control in winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, spelt wheat, winter barley, spring barley, winter oats, spring oats, winter rye, spring rye, winter triticale and spring triticale.
|Active ingredient(s)||47.5 g/l fluxapyroxad and 100 g/l mefentrifluconazole|
|Formulation||Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)|
|Pack size||5 litres in outers of four|
|Crops||Winter wheat, spring wheat, durum wheat, spelt wheat, winter barley, spring barley, winter oats, spring oats, winter rye, spring rye, winter triticale and spring triticale|
|Disease activity||Broad spectrum including Septoria tritici, yellow rust, brown rust, powdery mildew, net blotch, Rhynchosporium, Ramularia and crown rust|
|Maximum individual dose||1.5 litres per hectare|
|Maximum number of treatments||Two per crop|
|Latest time of application||Before end of flowering (GS 69)|
|Water volume||Minimum 100 litres per hectare|
|Aquatic buffer zone||5 m|
|Processed crops||When applied to barley intended for malting, refer to the latest timing restrictions for fluxapyroxad and mefentrifluconazole given by the British Beer and Pub Association (currently up to GS 45 only, maximum dose 62.5 g/ha for fluxapyroxad and no restriction for mefentrifluconazole)|
Why Revystar® XE?
Revystar® XE is an innovative solution containing the first Isopropanol-Azole, Revysol® and the leading SDHI**, Xemium®, ensuring best-in-class Septoria control, even against current resistant strains*.
These active ingredients are highly complementary, leading to a broad range of activity against the most important pathogens in cereals. Revystar® XE unites the quick uptake of Revysol® with the unparalleled mobility of Xemium®, delivering both long-lasting protection with curative activity.
Through listening to your needs, priorities and expectations, we have been able to apply our scientific research and expertise to your real challenges, resulting in Revystar® XE, the new Revylution in cereal disease control.
*BASF trials - Efficacy of various DMI compounds against highly adapted strains of Zymoseptoria tritici in the glasshouse.
**2018 MKDBFB ADAS Rosemaund comparing fluxapyroxad, benzovindiflupyr and bixafen (as Thor).