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Warden CX II soybean seed treatment receives U.S. EPA approvalqrcode

−− Latest innovation from WinField United builds on proven performance to offer increased disease and pest control

Oct. 28, 2022

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Oct. 28, 2022
Warden CX II
Thiamethoxam 16.30 %+Metalaxyl-M 4.89 %+Fludioxonil 0.82 %+Sedaxane 0.82 %+Picarbutrazox 0.33 %
Category:Insecticides,Fungicides,Seed Treatments
Company:WinField United

Warden® CX II soybean seed treatment from WinField United is now registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Warden CX II provides broad-spectrum protection against early-season diseases and insects to help improve root health, plant vigor and optimize yield potential.

″Warden CX II is built from the same formulation growers and retailers have come to know and trust through years of proven performance,″ said Joe Rickard, crop protection product manager, WinField United, ″This innovation builds on our existing offering to provide a superior solution for soybean disease and insect protection.″

Warden CX II has proven success in varying planting conditions, providing growers with more flexibility and less risk when it comes to early planting or planting in less than ideal conditions.  Through extensive Answer Plot® testing and field trials, the improvements we’ve made have translated into a 2.2 bu/ac yield advantage compared to Warden CX.

″The technology in the product combined with our retail network’s agronomic expertise pack a powerful one-two punch when it comes to getting soybeans off to a strong start as part of a total acre solution for ensuring varieties reach their genetic potential,″ said Rickard.

With four fungicide active ingredients (AI) and an insecticide, Warden CX II protects against a wide spectrum of early-season diseases, including Pythium and Phytophthora, as well as Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, seed-borne diseases and early-season insects. Such diseases cause reduced plant stands, root rot, stunting and limited yield potential.

Warden CX II features a new fungicide AI, picarbutrazox, an important resistance management tool. This AI is critical for controlling Pythium, which has become one of the most common early-season soybean diseases with resistance becoming more prevalent in major soybean-growing areas of the USA. As U.S. soybean growers continue to plant earlier with reduced seeding rates, early-season Pythium protection is more important now than ever before.

Warden CX II is a premix formulation with a low use rate, allowing for flexibility to add in additional treatments. It contains additional polymer and enhanced colorant for improved seed flow and handlings.

For more information on Warden CX II, talk to your local WinField United partner retailer or visit winfieldunited.com/wardencxii.

*Based on 2021 data from 33 locations across 11 states.


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