INFORMATION & IDEAS
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.
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.
Know the difference between mode and site of action to plan weed-control programs that manage herbicide resistance.
TruChoice® offers Southern rewards for growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
Worms quickly take a bite out of tobacco profits. Early season application of Coragen® insect control provides excellent tobacco worm control for bigger yields.
The annual Peanut Profitability Awards are sponsored by DuPont Crop Protection and other supporters of strategies that increase peanut grower profitability and sustainability.
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.
Rynaxypyr® insect control quickly controls important Lepidoptera pests and other selected species, keeping populations in check to maximize yields.
There are three principles behind effective fungicide resistance management.
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.
Effective seed treatment with DuPont™ Dermacor® X-100 can help control rice insects and increase yield.
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.