Prevathon® Insect Control Helps Deliver Better Yield and Quality
Prevathon® helps provide higher yields and better quality with reduced insect control applications, plus freedom in seed selection.
Prevathon® insect control delivers effective control of yield-reducing worms in cotton, corn, cereals, soybeans, sunflower, sugarcane, alfalfa, pasture and grasses. Powered by Rynaxypyr®, Prevathon® delivers excellent crop protection to even those pests that have developed resistance to products with other modes of action.
Key species controlled include cotton bollworm, armyworm, corn earworm, European corn borer, sugarcane borer and other key worm complexes, reducing crop damage while increasing crop quality and yield. Prevathon® works through ingestion, contact, ovicidal* and ovi-larvicidal activity for excellent, fast-acting insect control. Its strong residual activity reduces the number of required applications. The short 4-hour re-entry period allows growers to better manage workload.
Because Prevathon® works on both conventional and non-conventional seed varieties, growers have more options to help them reach the optimum potential of every acre.
*ovicidal on certain pest species
DuPont™ Prevathon® is not available in all states.
DuPont™ Prevathon® provides insect control for cereals crops to protect grain yield and quality.
Data shows reducing insect damage and plant stress in corn and cotton with DuPont™ Prevathon® insect control allow growers to claim more yield potential.
Product Data Sheets (2)
- MSDS - DuPont™ Prevathon® (PDF)
- DOT Shipping Regulations (PDF)
- Don’t Let Hungry Grasshoppers Eat Away at Pasture, Rangeland and Hay Production (PDF)
- Reliable and Consistent Insect Control for Alfalfa, Pasture and Grasses (PDF)
- Count on DuPont for Effective Solutions to Control Grasshoppers (PDF)
- Alfalfa Insecticide Recommendation Sheet (PDF)
- Count on DuPont to help optimize field corn yield and quality (PDF)
- Cost of ear damage in production seed corn fields (PDF)
- Rynaxypyr™ Technical Bulletin (PDF)
- Count on DuPont to help optimize sugarcane yield and quality (PDF)
- Seed Corn: DuPont Insecticide Spray Program (PDF)
- Prevathon Cotton Recommendation Sheet (PDF)
- Prevathon Seed Corn Phenology Chart (PDF)
Additional Information (11)
Mississippi crop consultant, Tucker Miller, recommends Prevathon® for better cotton worm control.
This Lula, Mississippi, crop consultant finds Prevathon® improves cotton quality by controlling worms in conventional and Bt cotton.
This northern Mississippi crop consultant calls Prevathon® a “silver bullet,” thanks to its long-lasting residual worm control.
Prevathon® helps this Missouri crop consultant protect yield potential with outstanding worm control in corn.
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