Proven disease control


Bactericide + Fungicide + Sanitation

Broad Spectrum Control for Food and Ornamental Crops

  • True Systemic Control
  • No Visible Residue
  • Long Residuals of up to 21 days
  • Use throughout the growing season
  • Low risk of phytotoxicity (when used as directed)
  • Resistance Management Partner

Proven disease control for the life of your crops

Top Growers Count On Phyton

For over 30 years, Phyton Corporation has been helping growers like you get the most out of your crops. Our purpose is simple: to help you keep your plants healthy and free of disease so they can thrive—and so can your business. Developed by some of the best research scientists in the industry, our products Phyton 27, Phyton 35, and X3 enjoy an excellent reputation among growers for their superior bactericide, fungicide, and sanitation capabilities in fighting even the toughest disease challenges—like botrytis, powdery mildew, and more. We continue to innovate and expand our product line to bring the best to our customers and their crops in the US and abroad.

What growers are saying

“Excellent, it’s our main bactericide”

“A great chemical, great all around and priced right”

“Excellent, good results, preventative, working well.”

- Phyton Grower Survey, 2013

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