Coragen® Insecticide Provides Broad-Spectrum and Residual Control of Many Pests
Powered by Rynaxypyr®, DuPont™ Coragen® is from a whole new group of chemistry (Group 28) with no cross-resistance to other chemistries.
As such, it provides excellent control of pest populations that are resistant to other insecticides. It controls hatching insects all the way through to adult stages of development and is easy on bees and beneficials.
Coragen® is now registered for use on cereals, canola and sunflowers and is also registered for use on: brassica vegetables, cucurbit vegetables, corn (field, sweet, seed, pop), fodder and hay, fruiting vegetables, grass forage, greenhouse vegetables, leafy vegetables, mint, non-grass animal feeds, okra, potatoes, tuberous and corm vegetables. The broad-spectrum and residual control attributes of Coragen® make it a great tool in managing the quality of these many crops.
The application rate for Coragen® is between 101 mL/ac and 202 mL/ac, depending on the crop, the pests to be controlled and the agronomic situation. Please refer to the Coragen® label for complete information.
INFORMATION & IDEAS
Canadian producers use integrated pest management to control pests and maximize yields – both things that will be key to feeding a growing population.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) makes sense because it’s both efficient and sustainable. DuPont has created a product with traits that match IPM strategies. DuPont™ Coragen® provides highly effective insect control, but has minimal impact on beneficial species. And the product belongs to a new chemical class, so that resistant pests don’t stand a chance.
Swede midge can have up to five overlapping generations in one season, making it very difficult to control. It takes an insecticide like DuPont™ Coragen® to adequately protect a crop against wave after wave of swede midge infestations.
The information provided on this website is for reference only. Always refer to the product labels for complete details and directions for use.