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Oct 6, 2021
Say goodbye to DMIs of the past…



The Revysol® active ingredient, mefentrifluconazole, is the industry’s first ever isopropanole-azole. Powered by this next-generation DMI technology, Avelyo fungicide delivers broad-spectrum disease control with unsurpassed plant safety.


Control of black root rot 2021, Kerns, NC State University

Avelyo fungicide offers strong preventative protection against leaf spots, anthracnose, powdery mildew, black spot of rose, scab and stem blights.

Avelyo fungicide also provides excellent control of root and crown diseases caused by Thielaviopsis and Cylindrocladium.


In university trials, Avelyo fungicide provided excellent control of black root rot – with control as good or better than the industry standard thiophanate-methyl.

For root and crown diseases:
Drench Avelyo fungicide @ 2-3 fl oz / 100 gal


Unlike other DMI products currently on the market, Avelyo fungicide has proven plant safety at any stage in the production cycle:

  • No observed plant growth regulating effects
  • No injury to small plants or propagative material
  • No damage to blooms
  • No visible residue
  • Demonstrated safety on sensitive crops like Hydrangea, Impatiens, and succulents
  • Demonstrated safety in replicated trials on poinsettia bracts in color (‘Prestige Red’ and ‘Christmas Spirit’)

‘Prestige Red’ in full color and with flowers present 2020, Uber, Crop Inspection Service. Courtesy of BASF Corporation

    ‘Prestige Red’ in full color and with flowers present 2020, Uber, Crop Inspection Service. Courtesy of BASF Corporation

Always read and follow label directions.

May not be registered for use in all states. Please check with your local Extension Service.

Avelyo is a trademark and Revysol is a registered trademark of BASF corporation.

Courtesy of BASF Corporation

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