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  • Three Things to Consider While Waiting for Planting to Begin

    With much of the Midwest facing colder-than-normal temperatures, excess moisture and planting delays, Syngenta agronomists are encouraging growers to consider 3 tips to optimize the performance of late-planted crops. 1) Don’t skimp on your soybean seed treatments. Because cold, wet soils are favorable environments for seedling diseases like Pythium and Phytophthora, a robust fungicide seed treatment is essential. Syngenta recommends CruiserMaxx® Vibrance Beans®, a combination of separately registered products, which not only delivers broad-spectrum protection…

Adult bean leaf beetle
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This agronomic image shows soybean plants treated with nemoticide seed treatments.
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This agronomic image shows a soybean field.
Seed treated soybean pods.
This agronomic image shows soybean seedlings.