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Enhanced soybean disease protection

Published on: 10:52AM Apr 11, 2011

Dr. Palle Pedersen

For years, soybean growers have reported improvements in vigor and yields with an insecticide/fungicide seed treatment combinationHowever, in areas with heavy Pythium and Phytophthora pressure, an extra dose of mefanoxam has been needed for increased disease protection. 
 

For 2011, a seed treatment formulation with extra disease protection will be available in one convenient product, eliminating the need for mixing that extra dose. If you are a retailer in an area with heavy disease pressure, contact your local sales representative for more information on this convenient, enhanced formulation.


Palle Pedersen, Ph.D., Technical Manager, Syngenta Seedcare
Dr. Palle Pedersen, Syngenta Seedcare technical manager, is responsible for technical seed treatment development for corn, soybeans, sorghum, sunflowers and canola. Previously, Palle spent seven years as an associate professor at Iowa State University where he coordinated and provided state leadership in soybean production and management, splitting his time between extension work and research. Palle received his undergraduate degree and master’s degree in agricultural science from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark, his master’s in agricultural economics from Wye College, England, and his doctorate in agronomy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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