Inatreq™ active has a unique site of action for cereal fungicides ensuring control of all strains of Septoria, including those resistant to other chemistries.
In a class of its own.
Univoq™ provides flexibility with water volumes, forward speeds and nozzle selection without compromising efficacy; giving a truly flexible approach to broad spectrum disease control.
Univoq™ combines Inatreq™ active with prothioconazole. Optimised with i-Q4™ technology, it ensures enhanced spray retention, coverage,
penetration and uptake for robust disease control.
It sticks to the task.
Univoq is new but thoroughly tested. Some farmers and advisers have had the benefit of using limited quantities already.
Hear what they have to say:
Protect your crop,
farm and future.
Univoq™ fungicide is here, offering a new and unique solution for broad-spectrum cereal disease control.
Univoq is a new product combining the strengths of Inatreq active - from a whole new class of chemistry - with the tried and trusted triazole prothioconazole.
Based on Inatreq™ active, Univoq offers robust disease control of the key wheat diseases such as rusts and Septoria – including strains resistant to other chemistry.
Optimised by Corteva’s i-Q4 formulation, Univoq provides near 100% leaf coverage allowing application flexibility whilst maintaining robust protection, so you can secure your yield and the future of your farm.
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Video: The lifecycle of Septoria and how Inatreq active works
Learn more about our new chemistry
Novel cereal fungicide Univoq™ launched to UK market
Univoq™ fungicide trial at Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire
Stuart Jackson introduces Univoq™ fungicide with Inatreq™ active
For technical product details and label, visit www.corteva.co.uk/univoq
James Forrest, Suffolk
Andrew Mahon, Northamptonshire
David Fuller, Scottish borders
Julian Gibbons, Hampshire
Toby Hogsbjerg, Peterborough
Carl Clayton, Yorkshire
23 April 2021: In this #FollowTheCrop video, Stuart Jackson, Cereal Fungicides Lead for Corteva Agriscience, revisits a field of Graham winter wheat in Lincolnshire to make a decision on which chemistry to use at the T1 fungicide timing.