Take a closer look at new Univoq™ fungicide

Corteva Updates

Cereals Exhibitor
It's been a busy week at Corteva Agriscience. The production of our new Univoq™ fungicide was completed on Friday and this morning the product arrived in the UK.
Here are some photos from our production facility in Cernay and Univoq's arrival at RASE.
Univoq is available for delivery now. Please enquire through your local distributor.

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Registration was announced on 31 March 2021. Read the press release here.

Univoq is a new and unique solution for broad-spectrum cereal control. It combines the strengths of Inatreq active - from a whole new class of chemistry - with the tried and trusted triazole prothioconazole.

Univoq offers robust disease control of the key wheat diseases such as rusts and Septoria – including strains resistant to other chemistry.

Optimised by Corteva’s i-Q4 formulation, Univoq provides near 100% leaf coverage allowing application flexibility whilst maintaining robust protection, so you can secure your yield and the future of your farm.

Find out more here:


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