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Sponsored: +$13.95/Bu. Average ROI for Caramba at Flowering

This six-year study continues to evaluate the return on investment (ROI) from the use of foliar fungicides in wheat. Fungicides are to be applied at various growth stages to target both foliar and head diseases.

This study was conducted at Beck's Practical Farm Research (PFR)® site where the foliar diseases that are most commonly seen include both Septoria and Stagnospora leaf blotch. The most common head diseases would include Fusarium head scab and glume blotch.

With six years of data showing positive results in varying weather conditions, Caramba at flowering has consistently provided a positive ROI. Therefore, Beck's PFR team recommends this application at flowering. Results may vary due to a number of factors. 

For additional study details see page 9 of our wheat research book here.

Beck's Hybrids PFR program conducts more than 100 different studies across multiple locations (700+ acres) to learn how different management practices and new technologies perform in field environments. Simply put, it is research focused with the farmer in mind.

Practical Farm Research (PFR)® is a registered trademark of Beck's Superior Hybrids, INC. 

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