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High-Performing Agrisure Traits

The Agrisure® traits portfolio offers best-in-class insect control, water optimization and herbicide tolerance to provide convenient, consistent and tailored solutionsfor each growing environment.

The Agrisure® traits portfolio offers best-in-class insect control, water optimization and herbicide tolerance to provide convenient, consistent and tailored solutions for each growing environment.

Agrisure Artesian

Agrisure Artesian

Maximizes yield when it rains and increases yield when it doesn’t


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Agrisure Duracade

Agrisure Duracade

A new standard of corn rootworm control


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Agrisure Viptera

Agrisure Viptera

Consistent, season-long control of the multi-pest complex


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More Traits

More Traits

High-performance traits offering insect control and herbicide tolerance


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What’s in a (trait stack) name?

Nomenclature PDF

Nomenclature PDF
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To convey the characteristics and advantages of the various Agrisure trait stacks, there is a consistent, straightforward naming system to indicate the technologies present in each trait stack.




Agrisure nomenclature


A
B
C


D

E
F
  • Master Brand
  • Brand Suffix: changes as new technologies are introduced
  • Technology Series: first number
    • • 3 technology series: herbicide tolerance
    • • 5 technology series: next-generation corn rootworm control
  • Last three numerical identifiers: number of modes of action in each hybrid for broad lepidopteran, corn borer and rootworm control
  • Letter A: available in an Agrisure Artesian corn hybrid
  • E-Z Refuge: hybrids are available as integrated, single-bag refuge products
  • Note: The naming system does not apply to Agrisure® 3000GT

Stewardship

Stewardship

Before planting hybrids with Agrisure traits, growers are required to sign a Stewardship Agreement. The agreement outlines the terms and conditions of growing hybrids with Agrisure traits, compliance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-mandated IRM programs and grain channeling requirements.


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