Force® 3G is the most effective and consistent granular soil-applied corn insecticide available. It offers growers a unique chemistry and a low use rate. Force 3G provides proven control of corn rootworms, wireworms, cutworms, white grubs and other troublesome soil pests, leading to fully-developed roots, stronger stands and improved yields. It can be applied over the top of CRW-traited corn acres, to refuge acres or to full-field conventional acres.
Force on trait for me is key. Regardless if it’s corn-on-corn, Force is going to go on at a full rate because of the risk that we have today. We cannot afford to take a risk with the way input costs are. You’ve got to be able to protect the root to maximize yield.
Joe Schaefer, Sales Agronomist, Parker, South Dakota
Some of my growers have been using Force since it came out. They realize the benefit of that. Growers who keep using Force have seen their yields climb. They have not hit that plateau yet and they have not seen those rootworm issues.
Jay Puffett, Syngenta Seed Advisor, Greeley, Iowa
Apr 18, 2014
Plan for a cooler than normal planting season when you're making those fine-tuning-type decisions that can vary depending upon what type of season you expect.
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Jan 28, 2014
Corn insect control is a moving target, and sometimes the answers aren't as simple as they might seem. Read more »
Jan 24, 2014
Syngenta is pleased to announce Michael Taylor, of Helena, Ark., as the winner of the Most Efficient Harvest photo contest sponsored by Quilt Xcel fungicide and Force insecticide and the grand prize recipient of a $500 Visa gift card.Read more »
Mar 27, 2013
For decades, corn farmers have been battling the most destructive pest in history, corn rootworm, which has earned the nickname "billion-dollar bug" due to its enormous costs for farmers in both damage and control measures.Read more »
Mar 7, 2013
The head of the corn portfolio for Syngenta in North America encourages Minnesota growers to use a variety of tactics to ward off the Western corn rootworm in 2013. To read the complete article, click here.
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