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Win big in winter wheat, cash in on corn
Win big in winter wheat, cash in on corn
The Ace in winter wheat

Tried Miravis® Ace fungicide yet? Here’s what you’ve been missing:

This past season, winter wheat across Eastern Canada stayed healthier and cleaner for longer when treated with Miravis® Ace.

How do the numbers stack up?

Reported yields across Ontario showed average yield increases of 3.3 bu/ac over Prosaro®, and 4.2 bu/ac over Caramba®. That means an estimated ROI increase of $17.42/ac and $24.08/ac, respectively!1
Healthier corn, more ROI

If you haven’t already, this is the season to try out Miravis® Neo fungicide in your corn! Registered for protection against the broadest range of leaf diseases – plus Fusarium and Gibberella ear rots – Miravis® Neo keeps plants greener, longer for a shot at higher yields.

How much yield, you ask? From 2018 – 2020, we did side-by-side comparisons with Miravis® Neo. The results showed an average increase of 11.1 bu/ac…that’s an ROI of $25.58/ac!2

Discover even more about Miravis® Ace and Miravis® Neo here.
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Performance evaluations are based on internal trials, field observations and/or public information. Data from multiple locations and years should be consulted whenever possible. Individual results may vary depending on local growing, soil and weather conditions. Always read and follow label directions.

1ROI assumptions: Miravis® Ace including NIS is $7/ac premium to competitors; application cost between products is the same; soft red wheat cash price = $7.40 (Oct 21, 2020). Source: Trials conducted by growers in Ontario in 2020, n=29 in trials against Prosaro®; n=19 against Caramba®.

2Grower trials, 2018-2020, ON & QC. N=36. ROI assumptions: 2021 price for new corn at $5.50 x 11.1 bu/ac minus the cost of product and application.

Always read and follow label directions. Miravis® Neo refers to Miravis® Neo 300SE. Miravis® and the Syngenta logo are trademarks of a Syngenta Group Company. Other trademarks are property of their respective owners. © 2021 Syngenta.