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The Syngenta Field Report features information and experts from Syngenta sharing observations about issues growers are dealing with in the fields.
Root growth leads directly to yield at the end of the season, which is why many growers combine traits, seed treatments and soil-applied insecticides to protect them. What do you rely on for corn rootworm control, and why?
(Photo: Insecticidal-traited corn, left side treated with a soil insecticide, right side untreated.)
Caydee Savinelli is a technical brand manager for insecticides, responsible for several active ingredients developed and marketed by Syngenta Crop Protection. She has focused on insect control throughout her career with Syngenta and legacy companies. Caydee holds a doctorate in entomology from North Carolina State University.
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