Successful fungicide application relies on a flexible product - here in the UK the weather is unpredictable.
REVYWEATHER is an online tool that can show the flexibility in application that Revystar® XE offers, compared to conventional azole-based products.
Make the comparison in your local area, at your chosen date, to see for yourself how Revystar® XE could give more opportunities to spray, without concerns about reducing efficacy. Please note this tool does not replace the need for best application practice (e.g. avoiding applications in windy conditions) and simply acts as a guidance.
REVYWEATHER is considering the three following parameters:
- Temperature: cool temperatures, particularly at main fungicide application timings, are not unusual in the UK. It is well-known that cool temperatures during application can limit the uptake of ‘conventional azoles’, and that temperatures below 13 ºC can compromise disease control. Revystar® XE has outstanding uptake even under cool conditions and delivers superior disease control regardless of temperature at application. Read more.
- Rain: rain can wash off any fungicides that are applied and bring chaos to spraying programmes. Thanks to Revystar® XE’s quick inner-leaf uptake, the risk that rain will compromise efficacy is reduced. Combined with its ultra-low solubility once inside the leaf, this ensures reliable and long-lasting disease control even under rainy conditions. Read more.
- UV: sunshine levels in UK have been higher than usual in recent years. High UV radiation can accelerate the degradation of ‘conventional azoles’, altering the effectiveness of these active ingredients over time. Thanks to the rapid foliar uptake of Revystar® XE, it is well protected from UV radiation and offers reliable protection even with high levels of sunlight. Read more.
Add your address below & try REVYWEATHER yourself to gauge how Revystar® XE can minimise your weather related risk.
For more information on how to use REVYWEATHER watch our handy how to video at the bottom of this page.