THE
REVYLUTION
IS HERE
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Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017
Revysol®
The first Isopropanol-Azole
+
Xemium®
The best SDHI*
=
revystar® xe

Revystar® XE is the new REVYLUTION

Revystar® XE is an innovative solution containing the first Isopropanol-Azole, Revysol® and the leading SDHI*, Xemium®, ensuring best-in-class Septoria control, even against current resistant strains**. These active ingredients are highly complementary, leading to a broad range of activity against the most important pathogens in cereals. Revystar® XE unites the quick uptake of Revysol® with the unparalleled mobility of Xemium®, delivering both long-lasting protection with curative activity. Through listening to your needs, priorities and expectations, we have been able to apply our scientific research and expertise to your real challenges, resulting in Revystar® XE, the new Revylution in cereal disease control.
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Real Results Roadshows

Our Real Results growers and Agronomy Managers have teamed up, along with Independent Soil Scientist, Jenni Dungait to host eight Roadshow events across the country, running from January to March 2020.

BASIS and NRoSO points will be available at all events, register to attend your local Roadshow below.

29 JAN
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3 MAR
5 MAR
Revystar® XE
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Revystar® XE and Revysol® are registered Trade Marks of BASF. Revystar® XE contains Revysol® and Xemium®. Revysol® contains mefentrifluconazole. Xemium® contains fluxapyroxad. Always read the label and product information before use. For further product information including warning phrases and symbols, you can refer to https://www.agricentre.basf.co.uk/en

*2018 MKDBFB ADAS Rosemaund comparing fluxapyroxad, benzovindiflupyr and bixafen (as Thore).

**BASF trials - Efficacy of various DMI compounds against highly adapted strains of Zymoseptoria tritici in the glasshouse.