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Escalating presence of aphanomyces root rot
Pea and lentil fields in Western Canada are facing a devastating new root rot. Aphanomyces euteiches was found in 60% of pea fields in Alberta and 65% of fields in Saskatchewan in 2014. With no control method available other than crop rotation, growers were walking away from pulse crops as the only way to avoid aphanomyces.

Nufarm Solution

The only seed treatment that protects field peas from aphanomyces
INTEGO™ Solo seed treatment is registered for control of Pythium and seed rot caused by phytophthora, and suppression of aphanomyces in field peas, lentils, chickpeas, dry beans and soybeans. This product is available in Western Canada to protect all registered crops from the establishment of Pythium resistance by providing a Group 22 fungicide for control.

For more information on Aphanomyces and how to get tested, please follow these links:

SaskPulse – Root Rot in Pea and Lentil

BioVision Seed Labs – Testing for Aphanomyces

Discovery Seed Labs – Aphanomyces Analysis

20/20 Seed Labs Inc – Aphanomyces Root Rot in Peas


  • Aphanomyces – The only option available to protect pulse crops  from aphanomyces in Western Canada
  • Unique & New – Ethaboxam is a new active ingredient that is the  only registered Group 22 seed applied fungicide in Canada
  • Compatible Mixing – Tank mixable with other seed treatments  for more complete protection


  • The only Group 22 seed treatment in Western Canada
  • Systemic action protects against early season seed root rots and longer term plant infections
  • Use on-farm or in commercial seed treating system
  • New active and new mode of action to help with resistance management of common diseases like Pythium spp.
  • Light and convenient packaging

Tank Mixes

  • Active Ingredient: Group 22 (ethaboxam)
  • Application: No colourant – add dye or tank mix with another seed treatment
  • Treatment Area: One jug treats 709 bushels of peas or lentils
  • Notes: 
    • Must be mixed with a colourant prior to use
    • INTEGO Solo has a very low application volume and does not prevent other seedling diseases such as fusarium and rhizoctonia. As such, INTEGO Solo should always be applied in combination with another seed treatment registered to control these diseases.

Registered crops

  • Chickpea
  • Dry bean
  • Fababean
  • Field pea
  • Lentil
  • Soybean

Application Tips

  • No colourant is included in INTEGO Solo, and seed treated with INTEGO Solo must be conspicuously coloured
  • INTEGO Solo should be tank mixed with a product labelled for the control of fusarium root rot

Diseases controlled

  • Pythium seed rot/damping off (Pythium spp.)
  • Root rot caused by phytophthora
    (Phytophthora sojae)

Diseases suppressed

  • Aphanomyces root rot
    (Aphanomyces euteiches)