Nativo fungicide integrated into Brazilian coffee-protection program

Nativo fungicide integrated into Brazilian coffee-protection program.
Bayer CropScience announced that its fungicide Nativo has extended its reach in Brazil and will now be used for the protection of coffee crops, part of a program called Muito Mais Cafe.

"It acts in all stages of development of the fungus, protecting the coffee flower, promoting higher yields and grain quality," Bruno dos Santos explained.

Dos Santos works as the account manager of coffee at Bayer CropScience.

"Muito Mais Cafe develops along with producers' actions to widen the business possibilities," he said. "Besides the portfolio of products, the program offers exclusive services and personalized commercial tools aiming the management of crop sales, input purchases, among other things."

In Portuguese, Brazil's official language, Muito Mais Cafe means "Much More Coffee." Nativo provides farmers an alternative for the management of diseases on coffee plantations.

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