Protect wheat fields from diseases by seizing this critical period.

Currently, most wheat in the northern regions is in the jointing to heading stage, and winter wheat will gradually enter the booting and flowering stage. This growth period is particularly susceptible to wheat scab, while wheat aphids, powdery mildew, and other pests are also expected to increase. Wheat scab can occur throughout the entire wheat growth cycle, causing seedling withering in the early stages and stem base rot and spike withering in the later stages, resulting in significant yield reductions and even complete crop failure.
To ensure stable and high-quality summer grain production this year, it is recommended that wheat farmers use Suris® at a rate of 300-450 ml per hectare, and apply it uniformly through spraying during the early flowering stage to control wheat scab.
Suris® (Thifluzamide 15% + Epoxiconazole 10% SC)
Product features:
1. Advantages of combination active ingredients that effectively suppress disease spread and reduce losses.
2. Secondary grinding with nanoparticles for suitability in application, saving labor and time.
3. Excellent leaf protection effect, promoting fuller grain filling, and increasing yield and income.
Case Study:

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