Best Agrolife Limited (BAL), a known player in the agrochemical sector, unveiled its ‘Tricolor’ fungicide at an event in Medchal, Telangana, in a bid to provide sustainable agriculture agrochemical solutions.
The Tricolor fungicide offers comprehensive disease control capabilities, effectively addressing a diverse range of crop diseases such as sheath blight, powdery mildew, scab, and alternaria. The strategic combination of three active ingredients – Trifloxystrobin, Difenoconazole and Sulphur – benefits crops such as rice, tomato, grapes, chilli, wheat, mango, and apple.
Vimal Kumar, managing director, Best Agrolife, said, “Tricolor is poised to play a pivotal role in enhancing agricultural productivity and contributing to the welfare of the farming community, not only in Telangana but across the entire nation. With its comprehensive approach and a fusion of Trifloxystrobin, Difenoconazole, and Sulphur, Tricolor stands as an exceptionally potent fungicide. It effectively addresses the complex challenges faced in cultivating key crops within the region, promising amplified yields and healthier produce.”
SBVR Prasad, executive director, Best Agrolife, highlighted the company’s vision, stating, “We are dedicated to curating essential products for farmers and performing assessments of crop pests to offer the most advantageous and valuable solutions. What distinguishes us is our competitive pricing comparable to multinational corporations, as our goal is to serve farmers throughout the entire nation. We eagerly anticipate giving utmost importance to the requirements of our farmers and securing their prosperity.”
Best Agrolife Limited has manufacturing plants in Gajraula, Greater Noida, and Jammu & Kashmir. BAL has more than 5200 distributors in India.