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Seed Treatment Fungicide

Think bigger in both wheat and barley

If you’ve been growing barley in recent years, you probably already know how much Systiva® can add to your bottom line. Its control of all the major foliar as well as seed-borne and soil-borne diseases protects the crop right through to beyond flag leaf, while its plant health benefits boost early vigour promote higher yields.

Systiva’s excellent control of italicise blotch now makes it an important rotation option for wheat as well. Its alternative mode of action reduces resistance pressure on triazoles and leaves you with more foliar options to maintain control later in the season.

Key benefits

  • Comprehensive and extended protection against key diseases
  • Improved crop vigour sets up stronger yields
  • Less need for early foliar spraying, saving time and money

What is Systiva® Seed Treatment fungicide?

How it works

Systiva is a foliar fungicide treated directly to the seed, giving it the best possible start from day one. From sowing, it delivers powerful long-term disease control against seed, soil and foliar diseases, as well as greater resilience against challenging weather conditions. By enhancing vigorous growth in roots and shoots and providing a robust foundation for crop establishment, Systiva offers farmers peace of mind knowing their crop yield protection is assured.

Crop suitability

  • Barley

    Leaf rust
    Loose smut
    Net form of net blotch
    Powdery mildew
    Rhizoctonia root rot
    Spot form of net blotch
  • Wheat

    Rhizoctonia root rot
    Septoria tritici blotch

What our customers are saying

Systiva Cam Conboy Testimonial

My best wheat and barley crops this year have been Systiva crops

Cam Conboy, Gorst Rural Services Southwest Victoria