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Use these three steps for effective next-season crop planning.
Preharvest time is when you should scout fields to see how crop protection strategies fared and plan for the next season.
Kurt Hembree, weed management farm advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension, Fresno County, shares five steps for orchard weed control that start in the fall and help provide season-long control.
Agility® SG herbicide with TotalSol® soluble granules is an advanced formulation designed specifically to go after group 2 resistant kochia and other tough broadleaf weeds. It combines the power of four active ingredients— with two modes of action — in an advanced formulation that delivers reliable control of ALS-resistant varieties of kochia.
Malthusian theory predicted a food supply crisis when population grew too large, but Ester Boserup said innovation and the population can grow together. Whose theories guide agriculture today?
Strategic rotation and tank-mixing help to stay ahead of scab and Alternaria leaf spot as part of an effective almond disease management program.
May applications and other mid-season almond insect control measures help protect valuable almond crops. Learn tips for scouting pests and implementing effective IPM strategies.
Altacor® insect control and Avaunt® insecticide products used in sequence and rotation provide reliable, consistent control of damaging biting and chewing insects in Eastern stone and pome fruit crops. Using the DuPont portfolio, growers receive fast-acting, broad-spectrum control with strong residual activity.
DuPont™ Altacor® insect control powered by Rynaxypyr® provides reliable, consistent control of key pests in tree nuts. When used early in the pest life cycle, Altacor® prevents buildup of pest populations for maximum quality and yield.
Agronomist Jeff Pacheco recommends proactive disease-control programs to protect valuable almond crops, including Fontelis® fungicide to control Alternaria leaf spot and other damaging diseases.
Protect your vegetable crops from soil-borne disease including seedling blight and rot and Southern blight with DuPont™ Fontelis® fungicide to give them a good start.
TotalSol® soluble granule technology helps avoid herbicide problems like poor tank mixing, uneven application and messy cleanup.
Dandelions have become an increasing problem since many growers shifted to reduced-tillage or no-till systems. After the crop has been harvested in the fall, weeds such as dandelions begin to grow as they prepare to overwinter.
Scientists at DuPont and around the world are working hard to improve food nutrition that will help reduce health-related deficiencies through biofortification, the process of breeding critical vitamins and micronutrients into crops.
Late-season brown marmorated stink bug populations can be controlled with Lannate® LV and Vydate® L.
Over the past several years, farming practices and herbicide programs have changed significantly, resulting in more winter annual weed pressure. Now, herbicide applications to winter wheat have become even more important. A fall application of Harmony® Extra SG provides control of a wide spectrum of broadleaf weeds.
Very small amounts of moisture can spread Botryosphaeria (bot) in pistachios and walnut crops. Use these strategies for bot control.
Brown spot disease is most severe in continuously cropped soybean fields and can reduce yield 8 to 15 percent.
A team approach helps this Iowa grower boost corn yield and multiply the value of his crop input investment.
Tank-mixing herbicides, adjuvants and other partners can change how they work. Follow label requirements for effective weed control when mixing FeXapan™ with approved tank-mix partners.
In addition to being an inspiring meeting location and conference center, Chesapeake Farms® is a resource for collaborative thinking around sustainability issues and conservation for DuPont. Chesapeake Farms® is a catalyst for diverse organizations, across a variety of DuPont businesses to promote conservation.
The 3,300 acres of Chesapeake Farms® are devoted to the development, evaluation, and demonstration of advanced agricultural practices and wildlife management techniques, which are designed to be environmentally sound, productive, economically viable and socially acceptable.
Studies have found Exirel® can reduce the ability of Asian citrus psyllid adults to transmit citrus greening disease in multiple ways.
A walnut producer shares his strategies for controlling first flights of codling moths with early applications of Altacor® insect control. When used early in the pest life cycle, Altacor® prevents the buildup of pest populations to maximize yield potential.
Around the globe, DuPont scientists work in concert with farmers, local businesses, governments, NGOs and others who know the “facts on the ground” in order to find the answers that will increase food protection and production.
With citrus thrips, second-instar larvae do the most damage. Controlling them is key to preserving citrus fruit quality and revenue.
Fall weather makes control insect damage in valuable tomato crops even more challenging. Proven strategies help protect tomato yield and quality.
Altacor® insect control powered by Rynaxypyr® provides reliable, consistent control of major pests in Western pome and stone fruit crops. When used early in the pest life cycle, Altacor® prevents the build-up of pest populations to maximize yield potential.
Strategies for controlling herbicide-resistant weeds in corn and soybeans with a preplant foundation of burndown and residual herbicide.
Timely application of DuPont™ Fontelis® provides excellent control of target spot and other fungal diseases on tomatoes and other fruiting vegetables.
Timely application of Staple® LX herbicide gives excellent control of cotton weed threats that can reduce yield, including Palmer amaranth and other difficult-to-control weeds.
While the mint root borer continues its costly raid on Pacific Northwest mint crops, DuPont™ Coragen® insect control powered by Rynaxypyr® offers a fast-acting, long-lasting solution for optimal mint crop yields.
DuPont™ Coragen® insect control powered by Rynaxypyr® provides exceptional control of major worm pests in tobacco starting at transplant. Coragen® helps optimize tobacco crop yield and quality by controlling key insect pests with long-lasting residual.
When drought conditions challenge cotton and corn crops, cotton bollworm control becomes a top priority. Frequent scouting and preparation to control insects when they reach threshold levels is the best defense against potential crop damage.
Count on DuPont is a promise to be there for you — today and in the future. It’s our commitment to helping you succeed for the long term. And it's your assurance that you're getting the tested and proven quality of our crop protection products, the support and program you can rely on, and our in-depth knowledge of local crop protection concerns.
Expert provides crop management strategies to help growers plan for maximum yield next season.
Since 2000, the Crop Protection Plus® product cost replacement program has helped more than 5,100 growers recover lost herbicide costs on nearly 2.5 million acres.
IPM partners DuPont ™ Verimark® and Coragen® provide season-long cucurbit insect control with breakthrough modes of action against biting, sucking and chewing pests to deliver better yield, quality and marketability.
Early prevention and a consistent crop protection schedule are key to preventing powdery mildew in cucurbits.
Tackle changing weather conditions and protect cucurbit quality with effective insect and disease control.
Dermacor® X-100 seed treatment works immediately to protect rice against damage from rice water weevil and later-season stemborers to help crops achieve their maximum yield potential. Learn what rice industry leaders have to say about the benefits of planting seed treated with Dermacor® X-100.
Insecticides are constantly in development and have vast potential to secure the global food supply.
Growers can turn to DuPont™ Assure® II herbicide, DuPont™ Express® herbicide and the DuPont™ ExpressSun® trait system for even more protection.
DuPont is committed to helping customers succeed by providing high-quality, proven sulfonylurea herbicides; exceptional support and programs; and in-depth knowledge of local crop production concerns.
The TruChoice® Early Pay Multiplier helps growers multiply their crop protection input costs when they make early commitments. Actual product choices can be made closer to application time.
Early season management helps maintain season-long potato insect control.
Worms quickly take a bite out of tobacco profits. Early season application of Coragen® insect control provides excellent tobacco worm control for bigger yields.
As temperatures warm, watch for early signs of powdery mildew in wheat fields. Timely application of DuPont™ Aproach® or Aproach Prima® fungicide can help stop powdery mildew from spreading to protect yield potential.
Reliable, effective insect control strategies that will serve vegetable production business over time require resistance management.
In hot, dry weather, egg-laying moths are attracted to green, moist peanut vines. Frequent scouting and the right peanut worm control program help protect peanut crops from yield loss due to insect damage.
Reevaluate your strategic worm control plan to help minimize worm damage in vegetable crops.
A tank-mix of glyphosate with Classic® herbicide delivers better postemergence soybean weed control than using glyphosate alone.
Soybean growers and agronomists report early, longer-lasting weed control, including control of glyphosate-tolerant or resistant weeds, with DuPont™ Envive® herbicide.
Larval injury from corn rootworms may make roots more susceptible to root and stalk rot disease, even on hybrids with rootworm-resistant traits. Scouting and evaluating control measures can help growers manage damage and yield loss.
A residual fall burndown herbicide application helps reduce weed seed production, manage early winter annuals and provide weed control into spring.
Use these four tips to get an early start on crop planning for the next season. Taking advantage of local expertise and buying programs can help reduce costs and improve results.
A cold, wet spring can push planting dates to the limit, leaving little time for preplant herbicide applications. A fall application of DuPont™ Canopy® EX or Basis® herbicide post harvest can halt development of winter annual weeds and allow for earlier planting in a warmer, cleaner seedbed.
Protect fall produce including leafy vegetables, broccoli and other cole crops from damage by lepidopteran species.
The challenges we face in feeding the world will get only more daunting in the decades to come. But DuPont and its collaborators across the food chain are optimistic, as scientific innovations have already significantly enhanced the quality and quantity of food production.
These tank-mix partners have been approved for use with FeXapan™ herbicide plus VaporGrip® Technology on Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans and/or cotton.
The Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association (FFVA) Emerging Leaders Program is partnering with DuPont Crop Protection to equip new leaders in the Florida specialty crops industry.
Finesse® Cereal and Fallow herbicide provides preplant/preemergence weed control in winter and spring wheat (except Durum wheat and Wampum variety of Spring Wheat).
Planning for season-long control helps improve grape insect control.
Count on Assure® II for the best volunteer corn control in your soybeans and cotton
Foliar disease is a major cause of lodged stalks, which can lead to yield losses and increased harvest time. Frequent scouting and timely fungicide applications are the best defense against potential crop damage and yield loss.
Follow label directions for sprayer cleanout procedure after applying FeXapan™ herbicide plus VaporGrip® Technology. Triple-rinsing protects against herbicide residue that may damage non-target crops.
Frogeye leaf spot can cause severe soybean yield loss. The disease can appear wherever warm, humid conditions occur.
Frogeye leaf spot causes disease on younger upper foliage of soybean plants and can reduce yield if management isn’t initiated early.
Aproach® Prima fungicide has two premier modes of action for better control of frogeye leaf spot and other hard-to-manage and strobilurin-resistant diseases in soybeans. The dual modes of action enhance resistance management and efficacy.
Fungicides were not created equal. Check the active ingredients in each product to choose the best option.
For corn and soybean fungicide applications, timing is everything. Learn strategies for protecting crop yield potential by preventing disease damage.
The decision to apply a fungicide should be a calculated, proactive choice, based on management and environmental factors. Check these key factors.
Preserving foliar health is important to maximizing crop yield. Fungicide movement properties have a major impact on how well an application controls disease.
Strategic fungicide applications can provide significant return on investment, especially critical when commodity prices are low.
The best way to battle low soybean prices is to increase yield. Use these criteria to measure your fungicide ROI.
By controlling plant diseases, fungicides maximize green leaf area to improve photosynthesis and help achieve yield potential.
Conditions good for growing soybeans are good for developing plant diseases. Fungicide use can be a sound investment for protecting yield.
Get the most value from fungicide use by selecting the best product and applying at the best time.
Canopy® herbicide delivers burndown plus residual activity to help maximize early-season control of tough weeds, allowing the postemergence application to be made closer to canopy.
Enhance performance of LibertyLink soybeans with Classic® postemergence herbicide.
Gray leaf spot overwinters in corn residue and spreads from soil to plants with rain and wind. An infection can reduce corn yield 15 to 50 percent.
In a survey of 2014 Citrus Show attendees, 93 percent said huanglongbing (HLB) disease is the most significant threat to the citrus industry. Nearly all said the devastating disease and its insect carrier have influenced crop protection programs.
For more than 15 years, DuPont™ Harmony® Extra SG herbicide has protected wheat against wild garlic, henbit and other tough broadleaf weeds to maximize yields and grain quality.
Protecting both young and established trees from key insect pests and the problems they cause will pay back this season and for years to come. After conducting field trials with Verimark™ and Exirel™, citrus growers reported long-lasting control of insects and increased crop yields.
Hull split is a critical time for controlling navel orangeworm (NOW) populations in almond and pistachio crops. Altacor® insect control helps control NOW and other damaging insects to protect nut quality.
West Coast weather changes are increasing navel orangeworm (NOW) pressure in almond groves and require new hull split control strategies.
Warm, wet summer weather is good for both crop production and late-season weed development, making fall burndown herbicide treatment critical to manage marestail, waterhemp, giant ragweed and Palmer amaranth.
Exirel® insect control helps California citrus growers protect crops from Asian citrus psyllid and other citrus pests for optimal quality at harvest.
Foliar applications of Vydate® C-LV insecticide/nematicide can help maximize potato yield by extending the benefits of seed treatments and in-furrow applications.
Diligent insect scouting and effective control measures are essential to protecting corn and cotton profitability by managing the effects of damaging worm pests.
Fontelis® fungicide protects valuable tree nut crops to improve productivity and profitability with powerful almond disease control.
Lasting worm control pays dividends in tomato crops. Effective lepidopteran control requires careful scouting and strategic insecticide rotation.
While a late pistachio harvest can help capture more tonnage, it also brings increased threat of navel orangeworm damage. A three-spray insecticide strategy with alternating modes of action can extend navel orangeworm control and protect yield.
The world enjoys Latin American produce year-round thanks to DuPontTM Rynaxypyr®, a highly targeted crop protection product. The product is a highly selective agent, targeting specific insects and providing effective control at low use rates.
Omnivorous leafroller control (OLR) helps preserve grape quality and yield. Learn how DuPont™ Altacor® insect control provides lasting protection.
DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® is a product cost replacement program for growers in Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming who apply DuPont™ Assure® II herbicide to canola, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), crambe, dry beans, dry and succulent peas, dry lentils.
Learn how a California grower uses Fontelis® fungicide to protect against lettuce drop losses.
DuPont is committed to working side-by-side with local populations to ensure that science is applied to local agriculture and food production for a more secure future for all.
Although science provides answers that can be applied universally, DuPont experience shows that solutions for local food systems must be developed at a community level.
Monitor wind speed and direction and surroundings when applying FeXapan™ plus VaporGrip® Technology. Maintain appropriate buffer space per label requirements to prevent injury to sensitive areas.
Insect and weed pests can cause yield loss quickly. Noticing them in time to stop the damage requires regular scouting. Use these tips to make the most of scouting time.
Tanos® in an integrated control strategy help protect tomato and pepper crops from bacterial disease.
There are three principles behind effective fungicide resistance management.
Reduce early season navel orangeworm (NOW) populations with May spray applications to help maximize almond quality.
Wheat growers can maximize their herbicide ROI (return on investment) with Sentrallas® herbicide, which delivers customizable broadleaf weed control with two modes of action and flexible recropping options.
Herbicide mode of action is a key component when managing weed resistance and building a crop protection plan.
Know the difference between mode and site of action to plan weed-control programs that manage herbicide resistance.
Always monitor sprayer ground speed for best herbicide coverage and on-target application.
Follow guidelines for wind speed during herbicide application to reduce risk of off-target herbicide movement.
Du Pont sales professional Scott Sooy has no left arm below the elbow, but never looks for accommodation. Without prompting, DuPont colleagues made Sooy’s life easier.
Nematode numbers are on the rise, putting the health of citrus groves at risk. To protect roots and preserve tree health and productivity, follow these tips for nematode monitoring and control.
Honorees concentrate on the creation of agricultural products leading to higher crop yields and better quality food, aiming to improve nutrition for our entire planet.
Northern corn leaf blight is expanding its range in the U.S., threatening yield and making control more difficult.
Reduce risk of spray drift and off-target herbicide movement by choosing sprayer nozzles that match dicamba and other herbicide label requirements.
These strategies to control thrips in onions will help produce a better-quality crop.
Fall-applied herbicide, followed by a strategic spring and summer plan provides optimal orchard weed control.
The annual Peanut Profitability Awards are sponsored by DuPont Crop Protection and other supporters of strategies that increase peanut grower profitability and sustainability.
To help tree nut producers take advantage of strong demand, industry experts share advice for navel orangeworm control for pistachio crops.
Strategies for navel orangeworm (NOW) control in pistachios may require early insect-control applications.
Seven tips for a weed-free spring for growers using dicamba-tolerant soybeans.
Post harvest applications are a smart weed management strategy.
Washington potato growers increase crop volume and marketability with effective potato insect control delivered by Coragen® insect control, which helps manage cabbage looper, Colorado potato beetle, potato tuberworm and other key pests.
In field trials of Vydate® C-LV, in-furrow applications in Snowden potatoes improved total yield, rating and specific gravity. The study was conducted in a field with a history of potato early-dying disease caused by potato nematodes and verticillium wilt fungus.
DuPont defends against key potato pests, including, insects, nematodes, diseases and weeds, giving growers tools they need to optimize potato yield and quality. Count on DuPont to provide reliable, consistent control. (See product labels for crop/pest combinations controlled or suppressed.)
Promote potato yield and quality with effective potato pest management.
DuPont™ Zorvec™ disease control provides unmatched control of late blight, making it a critical component of your crop business as potato production in China increases. Zorvec™ can help you realize greater yield potential.
Follow a season-long weed-control program to manage Palmer amaranth (pigweed) and other weed populations suspected of being PPO-resistant.
Prevathon® insect control protects yield potential, reduces applications and gives growers seed selection flexibility. By preserving beneficial insects, Prevathon® avoids mite flare.
DuPont™ Prevathon® insect control powered by Rynaxypyr™ protects against the entire key cotton worm complex, giving cotton growers more freedom to select the cotton varieties best for their fields.
Proactive planning, implementing best management practices and choosing the right products can help prevent herbicide-resistant weed populations. Review these tips.
Resistant weed populations continue to grow, thwarting herbicides, reducing yield potential and making harvest difficult. Follow these best management practices to protect seed investment.
Applying Verimark® around transplanting promotes early crop vigor and gives tomato and pepper plants a healthy start.
Proper herbicide application timing helps improve weed control. Weeds are best controlled when they are small and actively growing.
Exirel® insect control helps protect berry quality from insect pests that reduce crop value.
Protect orchards from pests after a long winter with Altacor® insect control. Early applications of Altacor® deliver nearly immediate and lasting protection, helping apple trees produce maximum-quality fruit.
Protect vegetable quality and minimize losses due to insect damage with diligent scouting and strategic insect control.
Wheat rust damage can cause a 60 percent yield loss if rust infects wheat at the flag leaf stage without treatment. Aproach® and Aproach® Prima fungicides help preserve yield potential.
Growers describe how the DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® product cost replacement program helps them manage weather and other uncertainties in cereal crop production.
Count on DuPont to provide dependable, season-long control of damaging insect pests in California and Arizona grapes.
Verimark™ insect control provides reliable psyllid control, slowing the spread of citrus greening disease (HLB infection) in vulnerable young trees.
Not all fungicides are the same. Use this test to see how your fungicide stacks up.
Early application of Verimark® delivers cross-spectrum insect control to help establish stronger, healthier plants for better quality produce at harvest.
Aproach® is a broad-spectrum fungicide that delivers more reliable corn disease control of both foliar and soil-borne fungal disease in corn, soybeans and wheat.
Aproach® is a broad-spectrum fungicide that delivers more reliable soybean disease control of both foliar and soil-borne fungal disease in corn, soybeans and wheat.
Fungicide resistance is a growing concern for many soybean growers. Heather Marie Kelly, University of Tennessee, describes strategies for resistant frogeye leaf spot control.
Dickie Edmund, DuPont Crop Protection field development representative, recommends giving soybeans a consistent growing advantage for effective resistant palmer amaranth management and greater yields.
Count on Resolve® Q to deliver focused weed control on contact.
Rynaxypyr® insect control quickly controls important Lepidoptera pests and other selected species, keeping populations in check to maximize yields.
Early season pests can take a bite out of yields. Scouting within a few weeks of emergence is key to protecting yield from damage by weeds, disease and insects.
Verimark® and Coragen® feature breakthrough modes of action for enhanced, lasting pepper insect control. As IPM program partners, they help produce stronger crops for higher-volume, higher-quality pepper crops.
The DuPont Integrated Seed Science Network helps develop and test seed treatment formulations, applications and seed-handling techniques, with centers in Wilmington, Delaware, and Johnston, Iowa.
Effective seed treatment with DuPont™ Dermacor® X-100 can help control rice insects and increase yield.
University of Wisconsin research shows higher soybean seeding rate has less impact on yield than a preplant/preemergence herbicide application.
Using a pest control product with a single active ingredient supports integrated pest management programs in tomatoes and other fruiting vegetables.
The DuPont product portfolio helps growers produce higher-volume, higher-quality tomato crops with a range of solutions for tomato pest control.
Soybean rust spores were found in 196 U.S. counties in 2015, although the disease has had limited effects.
Soybean white mold threatens soybean acres across the northern U.S. and spores can remain in soil for 10 years.
When weather conditions increase soybean white mold risk, a timely application of Aproach® fungicide can help control white mold to protect yield.
Verimark® insect control provides stronger starts and better crop establishment with effective vegetable insect control.
Increased no-till and reduced-till production has led to numerous benefits for corn growers, but it also has contributed a shift in the weed spectrum. For example, Italian ryegrass has become a significant problem in many fields.
Insect damage can take a bite out of yields and profits. Learn how to protect corn, soybeans and cotton with the right insect control program and resistance management strategies.
Citrus pests threaten citrus quality and grove productivity and longevity. DuPont offers a portfolio of products that help citrus growers produce high-quality, bountiful crops, year after year.
Implementing the right peanut disease control program helps growers optimize production and achieve much needed returns regardless of weather and profit margins.
The DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® sugar beet cost replacement program protects early season herbicide and insecticide investments for sugar beet growers who apply UpBeet® and/or Assure® II herbicides during the growing season.
Field sanitation is an important part of season wrap-up. Prompt crop destruction ends production of disease inoculum and insects to help prevent spread to other host plants.
The DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® program is helping provide peace of mind for producers in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. To participate, growers much purchase and apply Assure® II or Express® herbicides to a qualifying crop. If that crop is destroyed by drought, frost, freeze, flood, hail or fire, DuPont will provide product cost-replacement credit at their local retailer where the product was purchased, in the amount of the in-season purchase used to treat the lost areas.
For DuPont, sustainable food production means more than expanding the food supply. It also encompasses social, economic and ecological considerations, such as infrastructure, storage, waste reduction and improving and preserving water quality—all of which are critical to achieving global food security.
Farmers have always had the challenge of variable weather patterns when searching for sustainable profits. Now, farmers must also contend with climate change.
Count on DuPont™ Coragen®, Lannate® brands, Avaunt® products to control damaging insects that can hurt sweet corn quality and yield.
The DuPont TankMix Calculator Application lets you quickly and easily calculate product amounts for your field or tank size. A demonstration video shows you how.
Help herbicide application reach target plants by using an appropriate boom height.
Target spot management is changing as tomato crops respond differently to various fungicides. Check these best practices for effective target spot control.
Uncontrolled grape weeds can hamper new vine establishment and hinder harvest. Learn an industry expert’s tips for developing effective grape weed control strategies.
Matrix® SG helps growers maximize almond production by controlling weeds that compete for valuable moisture and nutrients and threaten orchard potential.
Diligent insect control in tomatoes is critical to protecting valuable crops from insect-vectored viruses. Phil Stansly, University of Florida, offers five tips to achieve better tomato disease control.
Finesse® Cereal and Fallow herbicide can be applied with a topdress fertilizer in just one pass to promote lush, healthy wheat plants and a clean, efficient harvest. Its excellent residual performance keeps working through the season to deliver a clean crop for faster and easier harvesting.
TruChoice® Advance Planning gives grower access to a team of experts and significant savings on crop production inputs.
The TruChoice® Early Pay Multiplier program multiplies your crop protection spending dollars upfront. There’s no waiting for a rebate.
TruChoice® rewards growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
TruChoice® offers Southern rewards for growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
University of Missouri research shows using a two-pass herbicide program maximizes corn yield 67 percent of the time.
The Disease Triangle is formed by three factors that determine potential for yield loss due to plant disease.
The United Fresh Industry Leadership Program, sponsored by DuPont Crop Protection, provides opportunities for members of the United Fresh Produce Association to improve their leadership skills and gain knowledge.
Why empowering women with information, skills, science, and networking opportunities improves agricultural production and human rights.
V2™ Advantage is a full-season potato management program that includes Vydate® C-LV insecticide/nematicide and Vertisan™ fungicide to promote crop health for more consistent yield.
DuPont™ V2™ Advantage promotes tuber uniformity, internal quality and consistent yield as potato growers reduce use of metam sodium.
With Temik no longer available, count on DuPont™ Vydate® C-LV insecticide/nematicide to help manage thrips and plant bugs, extending nematode control following nematicide seed treatments.
Fontelis® fungicide delivers broad-spectrum, lasting walnut disease control for better quality and maximum yield.
Apply Coragen®, or Avaunt® to counter increased activity of warm weather worms and protect vegetable crop quality.
Extreme conditions in California persist. But it's a food fight we all have a stake in.
Understand kochia development to create a control plan to protect crop yield potential.
The most effective strategies for white mold control combine multiple management practices and timely fungicide applications. Learn how to scout and manage this destructive disease to protect soybean yield.
Use this triple-powered approach to control waterhemp, one of the most challenging weeds in soybean production and a constant threat to yield.
Crossing the finish line with the best possible tomato crop means protecting plants from yield-robbing worm pests. Coragen® insect control halts feeding damage and controls worm pests at multiple life stages to protect tomatoes.
Industry experts explain how year-round tomato disease management can help growers optimize production and increase return on their input costs.