Syngenta to Offer 16 New Products in '16

March 15, 2016 04:00 PM
Syngenta to Offer 16 New Products in '16

New products give farmers more options to manage problems and preserve yield throughout the growing season. Syngenta is introducing 16 new products in 2016 for a variety of crops and purposes.

“It’s the largest number of products to go through the pipeline at once,” says Shawn Potter, Syngenta head of marketing services. “It takes about eight to 10 years to register products.”

They include the following:


Actives: Acibenzolar-S-methyl

Crops: apple, pear, citrus, cucurbit, lettuce, strawberry, onion, spinach, tobacco, tomato


Acuron Flexi

Actives: Bicyclopyrone, Mesotrione and S-Metolachlor (with Benoxacor safener)

Crops: field corn, silage corn, seed corn, yellow popcorn and sweet corn



Actives: Abamectin

Crops: specialty, vegetable and soybeans

*Registration pending in soybeans



Actives: Cyproconazole

Crops: peanut, soybean, triticale, wheat



Actives: Solatenol

Crops: grape, pome fruit


Aprovia Top

Actives: Solatenol, Difenoconazole

Crops: cucurbit and fruiting vegetables


Ballista LFC

Actives: Lambda-cyhalothrin

Crops: seed corn, field corn, popcorn, sweet corn



Actives: Solatenol, Azoxystrobin

Crops: peanut, potato



Actives: Cyantraniliprole

Crops: Corn

*Pending registration


Orondis Opti (multi-pack)

Actives: Oxathiapiprolin, Chlorothalonil

Crops: brassica, bulb vegetables, cucurbit, vegetables, fruiting vegetables, potato


Orondis Gold (multi-pack)

Actives: Oxathiapiprolin, Mefenoxam

Crops: cucurbit vegetables, fruiting vegetables, leafy greens, tobacco, tomato


Orondis Ultra (multi-pack)

Actives: Oxathiapiprolin, Mandipropamid

Crops: brassica, bulb vegetables, cucurbit vegetables, fruiting vegetables, ginseng, leafy greens, tobacco, tuberous and corm vegetables



Actives: Bicyclopyrone, Bromoxynil

Crops: spring wheat, winter wheat, barley durum

*Pending registration



Actives: Salatenol, Azoxystrobin, Propiconazole

Crops: corn, soybeans, wheat



Actives: Mesotrione

Crops: almonds, citrus



Actives: Sulfentrazone and S-metolachlor

Crops: soybeans, sunflowers and dry-shelled peas

You’ll notice some product share one, or multiple, common active ingredients. While the actives might be the same, the way in which they are applied to crops are different. Each crop has different rates, timing, targets and so on. Any time you use a chemical, remember to read the product label so you ensure you're using it correctly.

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