Soybean School: Tank-Mix Dos and Dont’s for Fungicide Applications

Disease control timing in soybeans is coming up quickly, and wet conditions in many parts of Ontario could mean high pressure in some areas. Optimal fungicide timing is crucial for best and cost-effective control, and with that in mind some farmers may be interested in tank-mixing products in with fungicides to save a pass over the field.

In this Soybean School episode, Rob Miller, of BASF, talks about current soybean disease threats and proper fungicide timing for max yield benefit. In addition, Miller runs through tank-mix options for fungicide and insecticide or fertilizer applications and covers the dos and don’ts of proper product pairing at fungicide timing.

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