Sugar Producer

April 2017

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Always read and follow label directions and precautions. Manzate, ® Ethotron, ® Cuprofix, ® Disperss, ® Super Tin, ® Topsin, ® Moccasin ™ and UPI logo are registered trademarks of United Phosphorus, Inc. ©March, 2017. United Phosphorus, Inc., 630 Freedom Business Center, King of Prussia, PA 19406. With more than a half-century of proven results and no documented resistance, Manzate ® Pro-Stick ™ can be applied multiple times during your growing season to strengthen your leaf spot control program. A locally systemic fungicide partner, Topsin ® can be tank-mixed with Super-Tin, Manzate or your strobilurin or triazole fungicides. Proven chemistry for reliable, residual control of leaf spot. Formulated with our advanced Disperss ® technology, Cuprofix ® Ultra is a fixed copper specifically designed for easy mixing and consistent coverage. With no PHI, you can apply Cuprofix Ultra right up to harvest time. A versatile stand alone or tank mix partner, Super Tin ® provides superior residual control of Cercospora Leaf Spot. Super Tin is recommended by University as an important tool in your sugar beet disease management program. SIX proven productS, one amazIng Sugar beet harveSt. Contact your UPI distributor, dealer or UPI sales representative or visit for information about UPI's portfolio. Ethotron ® is a versatile pre-emergent herbicide that provides long term control of annual broadleaf weeds, including glyphosate and ALS resistant species such as waterhemp, kochia and redroot pigweed. An excellent tank mix partner to broaden the spectrum of your pre-emergent herbicide applications. Moccasin ™ herbicide is a highly effective, broad spectrum, residual, herbicide with wide application window flexibility. Is especially effective against Pigweed species and grasses such as barnyardgrass and foxtail. UPI is one of only two companies in the US with S-metolachlor technical registrations.

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