Quadris Top SBX - Fungicide | Syngenta

Product Overview

The best soybean fungicide just got better

Quadris Top® SBX fungicide offers soybean growers the most robust formulation for broad-spectrum preventive and curative disease control. Controlling many diseases including strobilurin-resistant frogeye leaf spot, Quadris Top SBX brings outstanding disease control and stress management to help boost yield and profit potential.

1. Quadris Top SBX protects against diseases including anthracnose diseases, brown spot, rust, powdery mildew, frogeye leaf spot (susceptible and resistant strains).

2. Two active ingredients, azoxystrobin and difenoconazole, and two modes of action provide optimal disease control and resistance management.

3. Quadris Top SBX offers superior stress management benefits and promotes plant growth.

Quadris Top SBX Performance

1. Promotes larger beans, fuller pods, better retention, stronger roots and healthier plants overall

2. Helps boosts yields an average of 6 to 8 bushels per acre (bu/A), compared to untreated soybeans

3. Increases yields by an additional 4 to 8 bu/A, compared to competitors


Quadris Top SBX Disease Control and Crop Enhancement

Quadris Top SBX Fungicide Averaged an Additional 12.5 bu/A Over Untreated in 8 Trials*

*Untreated: 58.9 | Quadris Top SBX, 7.0 oz: 71.4
2015 Consultant Demo Trials | 8 trials in NE Arkansas/SE Missouri trials


Product Highlights

  • One-to-one ratio of both active ingredients and two modes of action
  • Unique chemistry protects against various diseases
  • Tank mixes with Endigo® ZC and Besiege® insecticides to target yield-robbing insects
  • Shields plants from stresses, including high temperatures and periods of too much or too little water
  • Increases periods of photosynthesis for more plant growth and higher yield potential
Quadris Top SBX, 7.0 oz 81.3 Bu/A vs. Aproach® Prima, 6.8 oz 77.6 Bu/A
Quadris Top SBX, 7.0 oz 81.3 bu/A (on left), Untreated, 69.1 bu/A (in center), Aproach® Prima, 6.8 oz 77.6 bu/A (on right)

Scott County, MO – 2015
Disease present: heavy frogeye leaf spot
AG4633 soybeans. R4 by ground


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Jun 13, 2017

Strobilurin-resistant frogeye leaf spot threat looms with delayed soybean planting

Heavy spring rainfall throughout the South and Midwest delayed planting and created the perfect environment for diseases like frogeye leaf spot to thrive.Read more »

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