Bayer CropScience says the supply of one of its key fungicides, prothioconazole, may be under some pressure this season as its planned output of the product has been disrupted. The agrichemical giant adds this disruption has been caused by a temporary production shortfall and it is working with its distributors to minimise the impact. The straight fungicide is sold in Bayer’s Proline, while it is used in a mix with the SDHI bixafen in Aviator, and also used in other […]
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