Improved virus control with Squall

The addition of Squall, a sticker and anti-drift adjuvant, improves the coverage of pesticides on the lilies and thereby increases the efficacy in combating viruses. This is the conclusion of research by Delphy and Proeftuin Zwaagdijk. The adjuvant has been used in covering tests and in the fight against the Lily mosaic virus and the Lily latent virus.

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Limiting downy mildew in onion; more yield with Squall

The addition of Squall, a biodegradable sticker and anti-drift adjuvant, has demonstrated that a higher yield can be achieved in onion cultivation with the addition of Squall. No less than 5 tons of onions were harvested more, because the downy mildew remained better under control.

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Better weed control with 0.5% Squall

Squall sticks drops to the crop. That is why Squall is widely used in herbicide spraying. Wageningen UR commissioned research into the added value of Squall. Individual products have been tested on various weeds.

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Less scab with the addition of Squall

Addition of the adjuvant Squall to Delan WG and captan-containing products enhances the efficacy against apple scab. This is the conclusion of a three-year German study by Kompetenzzcentrum Obstbau Bodensee (KOB) in Bavendorf. Christian Scheer investigated the adjuvant in combating Venturia Inaequalis.

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Faster and more effective foliage killing with Squall

The addition of Squall, a sticker and anti-drift adjuvant, ensures more and faster foliage killing in the potatoes. BioChem Agrar tested the adjuvant in test objects in the potato variety Challenger.

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