Season-long systemic foliar disease protection from the inside out, from root to tassel and stalk to leaf
Root growth and development
FMC has observed measurable impacts on root growth and development
- 51% longer roots
- 32% greater root surface area
- 80% more root forks
- 15% more root volume
A 7.5% increase in nutrient tissue test levels was measured when using Xyway brand fungicides compared to untreated acres, according to 2022 University of Wisconsin studies evaluating nutritional content in corn.
University research reported corn treated with Xyway brand fungicides were taller and demonstrated greater leaf expansion, growth stage progression, stalk diameter and drought and stress tolerance compared to untreated.
Drought stress and water movement
The same study found Xyway brand fungicides may reduce the negative effects of water-deficit stress on plant growth and improve ease of water movement, uptake and use efficiency in a corn plant.
“It changes everything.” So says Indiana corn grower Nathan Davis about innovative Xyway™ brand fungicides from FMC. Discover more grower and retailer success stories.
see this innovation in action
At FMC, product trial programs are an essential part of driving innovation.
Flutriafol, the active ingredient in Xyway brand fungicides is rapidly taken up and translocated within the plant, providing systemic and long-lasting residual protection. The ability of flutriafol to move from the soil upward through the plant for the duration of the growing season has not been demonstrated by any other fungicide active ingredient.
Always read and follow all label directions, precautions and restrictions for use. Some products may not be registered for sale or use in all states. Xyway 3D and Xyway LFR fungicides may not be registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your local FMC representative or retailer for details and availability in your state. FMC, the FMC logo, 3RIVE 3D, LFR and Xyway are trademarks of FMC Corporation or an affiliate. 2021 FMC Corporation. All rights reserved. 21-FMC-2861 10/21