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Seed Treatments

Avicta® Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance®: Protects against early-season diseases

Herbicides

Gramoxone® SL 2.0: Controls a broad spectrum of weeds and grass

Insecticides

Besiege®: Provides long-lasting residual activity for pests

Fungicides

Quadris®: Provides protection with xylem-mobile systemic activity

 

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AgriEdge Excelsior program
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Avicta Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance

Avicta Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance seed treatment provides cotton growers with top-of-the-line defense against early-season diseases, insects and nematodes.

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News

Midsouth pest pressures increasing
Pest pressure has picked up through much of the Midsouth. Plant bug numbers are increasing in places and bollworms also have increased through a wider part of the region. Read more on pests being seen from this AgFax Midsouth Cotton newsletter....Learn more »
Stink bugs & spider mites
We started checking for stink bugs this week. Many cotton fields are in the 3 - 5 week bloom period, which is an important time for stink bug management. Read more on stink bug management from this Thomas County Ag article....Learn more »
Armyworms & bollworms becoming widespread in MS crops
We have had numerous reports of bollworm (soybean podworm corn earworm) moths being flushed and small larvae in cotton and soybeans over the last couple weeks. This past week seemed to be the turning point in soybean. Read more on this pest as well as armyworm activity from this Mississippi Crop Situation article....Learn more »
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