Bayer's Exteris Stressgard fungicide receives EPA registration

The Stressgard Formulation Technology gives Exteris Stressgard an advantage because it offers immediate aesthetic benefits in addition to the fungicide benefits.
The Stressgard Formulation Technology gives Exteris Stressgard an advantage because it offers immediate aesthetic benefits in addition to the fungicide benefits.

Environmental Science, the business unit of Bayer's Crop Science, recently announced the Environmental Protection Agency has issued a federal registration of Exteris Stressgard, which is an addition to the Stressgard Formulation Technology. 

The active ingredients in the fungicide include an ingredient especially for turf and ornamentals market.

“It’s a constant challenge to maintain peak playability throughout the season – especially when you’re fighting foliar diseases, plant health and golfer perceptions,” Mike Hirvela, fungicide product manager for the Bayer professional turf and ornamentals business, said. “That understanding is the reason we continually work to harness the latest innovations in plant health and formulation technology to develop industry-leading solutions that offer the dependability and peace of mind our customers have come to expect from Bayer.”

The Stressgard Formulation Technology gives Exteris Stressgard an advantage because it offers immediate aesthetic benefits in addition to the fungicide benefits.

“We are thrilled to bring this exciting and revolutionary innovation to superintendents,” Hirvela said. “By focusing on the Bayer mission of ‘Science For a Better Life, we aim to provide solutions that incorporate science in new ways to provide the best possible tools for our customers to accomplish their jobs.”

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