Endigo ZC Insecticide

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Product Overview

The tried and trusted solution for insect control

Endigo® ZC insecticide combines three industry-leading technologies for quick knockdown and extended residual control of key foliar insect pests in soybeans, potatoes and cotton, among other crops, resulting in higher potential yield. It serves as an excellent rotational product for a complete integrated pest management program and easily tank mixes with other products for added convenience.

Product Performance

Endigo ZC

Trivapro and Endigo ZC applied at R3 | Variety: NK S20-T6
Location: Syngenta Grow More™ Experience Site - Arlington, WI
Revenue calculations based on soybean commodity price $8.50/bu

Product Highlights

  • Contains two active ingredients, thiamethoxam and lambda-cyhalothrin, to deliver two complementary modes of action for broad-spectrum control of key insects

  • Offers a proprietary Zeon® Concentrate formulation for fast knockdown and extended residual control of key foliar insects

  • Provides quick trans-stemic movement into leaves for better, longer protection

  • Controls insects such as soybean aphid, stinkbugs, bean leaf beetle, Japanese beetle, grasshoppers, corn rootworm beetle, worms and kudzu bug 

Download Supporting Endigo ZC Documents

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Endigo ZC Soybeans Sell Sheet(PDF)
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Endigo ZC Soybeans Competitor Sheet(PDF)


Jun 7, 2017

Experts predict mild winter plus early planting will increase soybean insect threat

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Jul 28, 2016

Mild winter prompts Syngenta to warn of early stinkbug threat to soybeans

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Jun 21, 2016

Above-average bean leaf beetle survival rates prompt Syngenta to call for vigilant soybean scouting

Soybean producers in the Midwest will see higher bean leaf beetle populations in 2016Read more »

Aug 17, 2015

Stinkbugs stir up trouble in soybean fields, Syngenta offers solution

As the growing season progresses and stinkbugs continue to increase their impact on soybeans, Syngenta encourages growers to remain diligent in their scouting efforts. While this pest has typically been an economic problem for Southern U.S. soybean growers, populations are now appearing in fields farther into the Midwest, threatening yields more widely than ever before.Read more »

Jul 22, 2015

Syngenta recommends soybean scouting to prevent economic loss from insects

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