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CruiserMaxx Sugarbeets will be available in 2013qrcode

Jan. 4, 2013

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Jan. 4, 2013

For growers looking for early-season protection against both insects and diseases in one application, recommend CruiserMaxx® Sugarbeets insecticide/fungicide seed treatment from Syngenta, a combination of separately registered products. Applied primarily by seed companies, CruiserMaxx Sugarbeets provides protection against both insects and diseases in one simple application.

The first insecticide and fungicide combination seed treatment for sugarbeets, CruiserMaxx Sugarbeets provides excellent all-around protection from Rhizoctonia and Pythium pathogens, as well as leafminer, wireworm, sugarbeet root maggot, root aphids and several other insect pests.

CruiserMaxx Sugarbeets also helps to enhance vigor, improve stand establishment and increase yield potential by protecting the sugarbeet plant as the seed germinates and develops. The seed treatment plays a crucial role in sugarbeet root development, which anchors the plant and protects it from environmental stress. CruiserMaxx Sugarbeets also contributes to vigorous plant growth, developing an even stand while improving crop competition with weeds, as well as fending off disease and insect attacks.

An excellent complement to high-value seed, CruiserMaxx Sugarbeets serves as the first line of defense to help get sugarbeet crops off to an even stand and vigorous growth. It also is adaptable to a wide range of soils and weather conditions.

Proven to improve stand establishment, enhance vigor and increase yield potential while saving time during planting, CruiserMaxx Sugarbeets will be available for the 2013 growing season in your area.

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