Regalia is Now Available for use in Corn, Wheat and Soybeans

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Koch Agronomic Services, LLC (KAS), announces that Regalia Rx biofungicide is available for U.S. corn, wheat and soybean growers who seek a cost-effective improvement to their existing fungicide program.
Regalia Rx is an EPA-registered product featuring a one-of-kind (FRAC P5) Induced Systemic Resistance (ISR) mode of action, which is a proactive process that induces the plant’s defense mechanisms in the absence of a pathogen. As a tank mix with conventional fungicides, or used alone, Regalia Rx provides defense against fungal pests and bolsters plant health and crop performance.

KAS has other biological technologies under development at its affiliate Koch Biological Solutions.

Protect crop, increase yield
In field trials conducted on conventional crops, Regalia Rx delivered yield uplift when used in combination with conventional broad-acre foliar fungicides*:
•    Average corn yield benefit: 7.2 bu/acre
•    Average soybean yield benefit: 3.4 bu/acre
•    Average wheat yield benefit: 5.7 bu/acre

For organic crops
Regalia Rx is an OMRI-certified biofungicide that can be applied alone or in rotation with other approved organic fungicides.

The product is available now, as growers are planning in-season applications. Best practices may include alternating or tank mixing fungicides that have different modes of action, good cultural practices, and crop rotation. 

To learn more, please visit the REGALIA® Rx landing page.


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