This new, high-load granular corn insecticide will help growers achieve faster, more efficient planting with less hassle.
By Chelsea Lawrence / Photography by Mark Zhu
As the trend toward high-speed planting continues to grow, Syngenta is expanding its insecticide portfolio to meet the needs of growers by introducing Force® 6.5G insecticide. Available for the 2019 growing season, this new, high-load granular corn insecticide will help growers achieve faster, more efficient planting with less hassle.
One bag of Force 6.5G is 20 percent lighter and treats 175 percent more acres than Force 3G, while still delivering the same superior control of corn rootworm and other early-season pests.
A new corn insecticide from @SyngentaUS will help growers achieve faster, more efficient planting with less hassle.
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