Start strong - protect wheat from early-season pests and diseases


Choose the best
management practices
and products to maximize
plant establishment

Grow strong - protect wheat from weed pressure


Limit stress through weed,
insect and nutrient
management best practices
to enable plant growth

Yield strong - protect wheat from late-season insects and diseases


Protect yield potential
from late-season stress
and harvest losses to
yield strong

Low nutrient levels may be easier to overlook than invading insect pests or disease in soybean fields, but their effects can be equally damaging...Read More
Click beetle larvae, also referred to as wireworms, attack the roots of many crops, including soybeans. According to Purdue University...Read More
Dry soil early in the season makes for ideal conditions for grape colaspis, increasing the likelihood of soybean damage. According to the University of Illinois Extension, the larvae larvae feed on the root hairs, secondary roots...Read More
Phomopsis seed decay is a disease that produces shriveled, molded seeds in soybeans. It is caused by a variety of species of Diaporthe/Phomopsis spp. that overwinters in crop...Read More