For cereal growers, there is no better way to get the new cropping season off to a great start than with Raxil® PRO and Raxil PRO Shield seed treatments. They take protection to a whole new level during the first three weeks following seeding – by far the most crucial time for your crop – and support maximum plant health no matter what challenges arise through to harvest.
While other seed treatments require two rates plus an additional product for full spectrum protection, Raxil PRO keeps things simple. It’s one product with one rate that offers full protection, giving growers complete confidence that they have all diseases covered no matter what the disease levels in the field are. For even more protection, use Raxil PRO Shield with Stress Shield® technology – a breakthrough in plant health.
Both products dramatically reduce the risk of the unknown or unexpected that inevitably arises each year. They offer insurance and benefits that help you capture the full potential of a great cropping season to achieve your best results yet.
Crops thrive with Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Cereals
When the Vigor Trigger® effect meets Rooting Power™, you get enhanced crop establishment from stronger, faster-growing plants – above and below the ground. It also protects your wheat, barley, oats, rye and triticale crops against insects such as wireworms as well as a broad range of diseases, and it delivers best-in-class Rhizoctonia control.
The Rooting Power of Vibrance delivers stronger roots that take full advantage of soil nutrients and can better defend against soil diseases, while the Vigor Trigger effect produces improved emergence, greater uniformity and enhanced stand establishment for higher potential yield.
Ensure A Strong Pulse
New Trilex® EverGol™ is the next generation in seed treatment, providing critical, early-season seed and seedling disease protection in pulses. Penflufen is the new active ingredient at the heart of Trilex EverGol, designed specifically for use in seed treatments.
ApronMaxx RTA is a seed treatment product for control of certain seed-borne and soil-borne diseases of soybeans, dry beans, chickpeas, lentils and dry peas (including field peas).