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Trivapro Fungicide Performance

Trivapro Fungicide Works 10 Times Harder

Protect your corn, soybeans and wheat with harder-working, longer-lasting Trivapro fungicide.

Trivapro works overtime to protect corn and wheat against disease and help maximize yield potential.

Boosting Yield in Corn and Wheat

Trivapro® fungicide is a breakthrough product with 3 active ingredients - Solatenol® fungicide, azoxystrobin and propiconazole. This robust combination helps make Trivapro the hardest-working, longest-lasting fungicide on the market with both preventive and curative disease control.

With broad-spectrum control of key diseases and plant-health benefits, Trivapro protects crops from multiple sources of stress, allowing the plant to maximize grain-fill by putting more energy toward producing yield instead of fighting disease.

Proof is in the Performance

Individual trial results show how the extended disease control and plant-health benefits from Trivapro resulted in visually superior crops, measurable yield increases and improved harvestability across thousands of corn, soybean and wheat acres. Click the description below each image to see specific trial information.1

In IL, 46 – 77 bu/A yield bump for 3 Trivapro-treated hybrids.
  • Location: Rend Lake, IL
  • G07B39-3111A: +46 bu/A | Additional revenue: $160.65
  • G07F23-3111A: +70 bu/A | Additional revenue: $246.40
  • G10530-3220: +77 bu/A | Additional revenue: $269.85
  • Trial date: 2016
Trivapro works harder in IL, increasing yield up to 46 to 77 bu/A across 3 different hybrids.
Trivapro defends yield from tar spot in WI.
  • Location: Baraboo, WI
  • Application Timing: R1
  • Trial date: 2018
Trivapro works harder in IL, increasing yield up to 46 to 77 bu/A across 3 different hybrids.
Trivapro outlasts older brands in WA.
  • Location: Washington State University
  • Application timing: Herbicide timing
  • Photo taken 21 days after application
  • Trial date: 2016
Trivapro outlasts competitive brands in WA.
Trivapro yielded 22 bu/A over untreated in IA.
  • Trivapro: 249 bu/A
  • Untreated: 227 bu/A
  • Additional revenue: $75 per acre
  • Application timing: R1
  • Trial date: 2016
Trivapro yielded 22 bu/A over untreated in IA.
Trivapro preserves green tissue and yield in this 2017 OH trial.
  • Location: Marysville, OH
  • Diseases present: Gray leaf spot and Northern corn leaf blight
  • Application timing: R1
  • Trial date: 2017
Trivapro preserves green tissue and yield in this 2017 OH trial.
Trivapro enhances stalk strength for improved harvestability in WI.
  • Location: WI
  • Disease present: Anthracnose stalk rot
  • Trial date: 2016
Trivapro enhances stalk strength for improved harvestability in WI.

Learn More about Trivapro

Visit the Trivapro product page to find additional resources like label information, Trivapro videos, performance data, information about how to contact a Syngenta sales representative and more.

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Testimonials

Many customers throughout the Midwest, South and Pacific Northwest experienced the long-lasting, potent effects of Trivapro first hand. See what they say about the dependability and length of control Trivapro provides.

Drew Reynolds
Owner, Elite Agronomics
& Consulting LLC
Perryville, KY

Jeremy Sollberger

"If a guy wanted to cut fungicide costs, I’d tell him to get in the combine and see the side-by-side yield. It’ll make them a believer. Trivapro fungicide was the best insurance that could be bought in the last two years."

Brock Profit
Grower
Van Wert, OH

Bill Kletecka

"With Trivapro and having the three modes of action, you’re getting a lot more product for the same or less money in some cases. And, in the end we’re getting better control, longer control, which equates to more yield for us."

Darren Rice
Grower
Morgantown, KY

Matthew Hampton

"If a neighbor came to me and asked about using Trivapro fungicide, I would definitely encourage them to try some. I feel like it’s one of the best products on the market as far as controlling Southern rust and extending the window of your protection out into the season as far as you can."

Scott Kuegel
Grower
Owensboro, KY

Scott Kuegel

"Last year was a tough year. We had a ton of water. This year, we’re running about 25 to 30 percent above our 5 year average. We’re going to give 20 bushels of that to the Trivapro fungicide application."

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