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New Syngenta fungicide hits market

by Marc S. Reisch
November 21, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 46

Regulators in Argentina are the first to approve the novel Syngenta crop fungicide Adepidyn (pydiflumetofen). A member of the carboxamide chemical class, the fungicide will join the generic fungicide difenoconazole in a soybean treatment combination to be marketed in Argentina as Miravis Duo. Registration of pydiflumetofen is underway in several other countries. Syngenta says the fungicide could eventually have annual sales of $750 million.

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