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Rynaxypyr® insect control quickly controls important Lepidoptera pests and other selected species, keeping populations in check to maximize yields.
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.
Preserving foliar health is important to maximizing crop yield. Fungicide movement properties have a major impact on how well an application controls disease.
For corn and soybean fungicide applications, timing is everything. Learn strategies for protecting crop yield potential by preventing disease damage.
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.
Diligent insect scouting and effective control measures are essential to protecting corn and cotton profitability by managing the effects of damaging worm pests.
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.
Prevathon® insect control protects yield potential, reduces applications and gives growers seed selection flexibility. By preserving beneficial insects, Prevathon® avoids mite flare.
Northern corn leaf blight is expanding its range in the U.S., threatening yield and making control more difficult.
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.
Get the most value from fungicide use by selecting the best product and applying at the best time.
The best way to battle low soybean prices is to increase yield. Use these criteria to measure your fungicide ROI.
Late-summer insect pests can threaten crop quality. Feeding damage creates opportunities for fungal infection or rot and may trigger dockage at the elevator. Tips on scouting for damaging insect pests.
The decision to apply a fungicide should be a calculated, proactive choice, based on management and environmental factors. Check these key factors.
By controlling plant diseases, fungicides maximize green leaf area to improve photosynthesis and help achieve yield potential.
Strategic fungicide applications can provide significant return on investment, especially critical when commodity prices are low.
Fungicides were not created equal. Check the active ingredients in each product to choose the best option.
Know the difference between mode and site of action to plan weed-control programs that manage herbicide resistance.
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.
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.
TruChoice® offers Southern rewards for growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
DuPont™ TruChoice® Northeast rewards growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
TruChoice® Midwest rewards growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
The TruChoice® Early Pay Multiplier program multiplies your crop protection spending dollars upfront. There’s no waiting for a rebate.
TruChoice® Advance Planning gives grower access to a team of experts and significant savings on crop production inputs.
Post harvest applications are a smart weed management strategy.
Use these three steps for effective next-season crop planning.
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.
A residual fall burndown herbicide application helps reduce weed seed production, manage early winter annuals and provide weed control into spring.
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.
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.
Expert provides crop management strategies to help growers plan for maximum yield next season.
DuPont™ TruChoice® Southern Plains rewards growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
Strategies for controlling herbicide-resistant weeds in corn and soybeans with a preplant foundation of burndown and residual herbicide.
The Disease Triangle is formed by three factors that determine potential for yield loss due to plant disease.
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.
A team approach helps this Iowa grower boost corn yield and multiply the value of his crop input investment.
University of Missouri research shows using a two-pass herbicide program maximizes corn yield 67 percent of the time.
Count on Resolve® Q to deliver focused weed control on contact.
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.
Proactive planning, implementing best management practices and choosing the right products can help prevent herbicide-resistant weed populations. Review these tips.
Preharvest time is when you should scout fields to see how crop protection strategies fared and plan for the next season.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Not all fungicides are the same. Use this test to see how your fungicide stacks up.