Syngenta receives registration new fungicide Elatus in France

Syngenta receives registration for new fungicide Elatus in France

10:20 AM, 26th August 2016
Syngenta receives registration for new fungicide Elatus in France

BASEL, SWITZERLAND: Syngenta AG has received registration in France, for Elatus Plus, a fungicide based on the novel carboxamide fungicide Solatenol.

This is the first European registration for a Solatenol based product and will allow sales of Elatus Plus in France this year, in time for the 2016-17 growing season.

Regulatory submissions for Solatenol products are under review throughout Europe with further regulatory approvals expected in due course.

In France Solatenol products will initially be sold under the Elatus Plus brand in a range of co-packs focused on cereals.

Solatenol shows outstanding potency against all key cereal diseases and provides long lasting control. Together this results in very high levels of leaf protection and corresponding yield benefits for the grower.

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