Online training available for Syngenta fungicide

Syngenta's Trivapro fungicide for corn, soybeans and wheat growers has disease control and crop enhancement benefits that are a breakthrough for the agriculture industry.

Syngenta has released an online training module that  can help growers learn about Trivapro in as little as 15 minutes. The interactive online training is a seven-part presentation about Trivapro and its active ingredient called Solatenol fungicide. It shows how Solatenol performed well in trials and was found to be more potent than other succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors fungicides on the market.

The module explains that Solatenol works together with two other active ingredients in Trivapro to prevent many diseases including rusts, Septoria and gray leaf spot.

“We know growers need fungicides to work harder and last longer,” Andrew Fisher, Syngenta's commercial product lead for fungicides, said. “Growers and crop advisers are hungry to learn how Trivapro works and the benefits it brings to the table, and this online training module gives users an opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of Trivapro and how it will take disease control and yield potential to a new level.”

The first 250 participants to finish the training modules will be eligible to receive a $25 Cabela’s gift card.

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