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To grow more sugar, start strong by selecting top-performing varieties and seed treatments to establish a healthy stand and protect your sugarbeets from the start.

Acute and chronic phases of Aphanomyces root rot

Aphanomyces root rot is a soilborne fungal disease in sugarbeets that is favored by warm and moist conditions. Found in all sugarbeet growing regions, Aphanomyces root rot is a threat...Read More

The invisible pest: Sugarbeet cyst nematode (BCN)

The number of fields with confirmed sugarbeet cyst nematode (BCN) damage has grown dramatically over the last 30 years, and the pest has become increasingly difficult for growers...Read More

Fusarium yellows and root rot

Fusarium yellows and root rot are wilt and rotting fungal diseases that commonly occur in late spring as soil temperatures rise in wet conditions, and can survive in soil for many years...Read More

Protect sugarbeets early from Rhizoctonia

Rhizoctonia is a soilborne fungus that occurs in all sugarbeet growing regions. The fungal pathogen overwinters in soil and plant tissue before resuming growth in the spring and summer...Read More

Pythium: The common root-damaging fungus

Pythium is a soilborne fungus that infects sugarbeets under hot conditions with excessive soil moisture. The most prevalent cause of damping off, the disease can infect seedlings...Read More

Select a seed treatment for season-long protection

More and more research is pointing to root health as the key to increasing crop productivity. Decreased root mass and reduced stand strength may diminish yield potential...Read More

Limit disease, insect and weed pressure through our effective fungicide, herbicide and insecticide offerings to ensure that your plants continue to grow strong.

Yield strong by protecting roots from late-season diseases, insects and other challenges to maintain sugarbeet health, tonnage and sugar quality.