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Research Report 95: Planting Seed Treatments

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Publication date: December 2017 - No 95

Format: Downloadable pdf - 15 pages

Planting seed treatments provide protection against disease and insects. Depending on the active ingredient, some of these treatments deliver control once planted, others also offer protection in storage. Kondinin Group
engineer Ben White takes a look at the chemistry behind seed treatment insecticides and fungicides outlining chemical groupings and the need for rotation to preserve chemical efficacy longevity.

Contents:

  • Grain versus seed
  • Optimal seed storage
  • Beating disease
  • Beating insect damage
  • Identifying the problem
  • The importance of application
  • Neonics in the news
  • Go easy with moisture
  • Keep it clean
  • Germination testing
  • What about grain protectants?
  • The chemistry behind seed treatments
  • Insecticides: Cypermethrin - Thiamethoxam - Imidacloprid - Triflumuron - Clothianidin - Lambda Cyhalothrin - Fipronil
  • Fungicides: Azoxystrobin - Carboxin - Difenoconazole - Fludioxonil - Fluopyram - Fluquinconazole - Flutriafol - Fluxapyroxad - Iprodione - Ipconazole - Metalaxyl-M - Penflufen - Sedaxane - Tebuconazole - Thiram - Triadimenol - Triticonazole

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