Cheminova Product Update

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Cheminova Product Update
CHEMINOVA, INC.
RICHARD E. MYERS
TOPGUARD
• FOLIAR FUNGICIDE
– SOYBEANS
– PEANUTS
– SUGARBEETS
– WHEAT
– APPLES
– GRAPES
VINCIT
SEED TREATMENT
• WINTER WHEAT
-- BUNTS AND SMUTS
• SPRING WHEAT
-- ROOT ROTS
• SPRING BARLEY
-- COMMOM SMUT
Fungicide Registration Status
• TOPGUARD –approved Section 18 in
Dec. 06 for Foliar application to Soybeans
for control of Asian Soybean Rust.
• Louisiana’s Section 18 is in line.
• No Section 3 approved to date
TOPGUARD Results 06
Soybean Rust-FL
TOPGUARD 7 Oz/A
TR
EA
TE
TO
D
PG
U
A
RD
3.
TO
5
PG
U
A
RD
TO
5
PG
U
A
RD
TO
7
PG
U
A
RD
TG
11
U
A
R
D
+N
IS
TG
5
+M
ze
b
7+
20
TG
+H
Li
ne
7+
6
U
N
Soybean Rust Severity Rating
Florida-Rate Study
4.5
4
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
73daa
Oz/A
Severity Rating
UN
T
TO RE
PG AT
TO U ED
P G AR
TO UA D 7
P
R
TO GU D
P G A R 11
TO U D
P G A R 14
TO UA D 7
P G RD +7
TO UA 7+
P G RD 11
TO U 7
P G A R +14
TO UA D 7
TO TO P G RD +7
P G P G UA 7+
UA UA RD 11
RD RD 7+
1
+ +N 4
M
A IS
N 7
7+
20
Soybean Rust Severity Rating-LA
Lower Canopy
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
11
1 Appl
34 daa1
9 daa2
21 day
28 day
Oz/A
TOPGUARD
Frogeye Leaf Spot-Cercospora
sojiana
D
rd
-1
4+
14
rd
-1
1+
11
rd
-7
+7
rd
-1
4
rd
-1
1
4
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
To
pg
ua
To
pg
ua
To
pg
ua
To
pg
ua
To
pg
ua
TE
rd
-7
TR
EA
To
pg
ua
U
N
TOPGUARD
Frogeye Leaf Spot-SEMO-06
35daa1/14daa2
Oz/A
TOPGUARD Peanut Leaf Spot
TOPGUARD Peanut Leaf Spot-AL
• TOPGUARD was applied in a program
sequence with Bravo
• Rates from 7 to 28 Oz/A
• Bravo was applied @35 dap for 2 applications,
fb TG for 3 applications, fb Bravo for 2
applications.
• Treatments on a 14-day schedule/15gpa
• Leaf spot ratings on scale of 1-10 made, 1= no
disease, 10 = dead plants
Leaf Spot Rating
U
N
TR
EA
TE
D
BR
A
V
O
24
f lo
B
z
fb
TG
U
A
RD
B
7
fb
TG
U
A
RD
10
B
fb
TG
U
A
RD
14
B
fb
TG
U
A
RD
28
B
fb
Te
bu
co
n
7.
2
TOPGUARD Peanut Leaf Spot-AL
Leaf Spot Ratings (1-10)-9/13/06
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
TOPGUARD Peanut Leaf Spot-NC
•
•
•
•
Five applications were made
Rates of 7 to 28 Oz/A-14-day schedule
Bravo fb Provost (Prothioconazole + Tebu)
% incidence
TOPGUARD Peanut Leaf Spot-NC
% of leaflets with at least one spot-10/10/06
U
N
TR
EA
Br
TE
av
D
o
fb
Pr
ov
os
t8
TO
PG
U
A
RD
TO
7
PG
U
A
RD
10
TO
PG
U
A
RD
14
TO
PG
U
A
RD
Te
28
bu
co
na
zo
le
7.
2
% Incidence
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Oz/A
TOPGUARD Peanut Leaf Spot-NC
TOPGUARD 10 Oz/A-5 applications
TOPGUARD
Sugarbeet Leafspot
TO
PG
UA
TG
RD
fb
TP
14
HN
oz
fb
Hl
in
ef
bT
PT
H
Em
in
EM
en
fb
t1
TP
3o
HN
z
fb
Hl
in
ef
bT
PT
H
He
ad
lin
e9
oz
Un
tr e
ate
d
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
TOPGUARD Apple
TOPGUARD Grape
TOPGUARD WHEAT FOLIAR
LOUISIANA -- Winter Wheat
TOPGUARD FUNGICIDE
YELLOW RUST
DR. BOYD PADGETT
WINNSBORO, LA
TREATMENT
DISEASE
HARVEST 5/12
RATING 4/19
ADJ. YIELD
1. TOPGUARD 7 fl.oz./ac.
1.0
95.2 bu./ac.
0.5
92.3 bu./ac.
0.8
98.6 bu./ac.
87.5
69.05 bu./ac.
fb TOPGUARD 7 fl.oz./ac.
2. TOPGUARD 10 fl.oz./ac.
fb TOPGUARD 10 fl.oz./ac.
3. TOPGUARD 14 fl.oz./ac.
fb TOPGUARD 14 fl.oz./ac.
4. UTC
APPLICATION -- A MADE 3/13/06
APPLICATION -- B MADE 3/29/06
14.6 GPA with CO2
VINCIT SEED TREATMENT
Wheat Montana-Common Bunt
Vincit performed equally to Raxial/Dividend
All treatments resulted in increased yields
VINCIT FS SEED TREATMENT
Barley ST Montana-Loose Smut
Vincit FS 3.07 oz/cwt provided effective control comparable to Raxil MD Extra
No differences in emergence, stand count, or yield
TOPGUARD and VINCIT
Results 2006
• Performance in all crops and pests was
equal or better than competition.
• Need to continue to build our data base on
each crop and disease
• Good year for TOPGUARD and VINCIT
• CHEMINOVA WILL WORK FOR FULL
REGISTRATION.
Cheminova’s New Small
Grain Herbicide
ACCURATE
• Common name is metsulfuronmethyl
• member of sulfonylurea herbicide
family
• introduced in 1984 by DuPont
• has PRE & POST activity
ACCURATE
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formulated as 60 WG
selective on small grains
use rate of 1/10 ounce/A
controls several broadleaf weeds
good mixing partner
use on pastures
ACCURATE
SMALL GRAIN HERBICIDE
ZORO
• Cheminova’s intro to miticide
market
• abamectin is the active ingredient
• a mixture of avermectins
ZORO
• avermectins are insecticidal
compounds
• derived from the soil bacterium
Streptomyces avermitilis
• Abamectin is a natural fermentation
product of this bacterium
ZORO
• contact or ingestion toxin that paralyzes
juveniles and adults; death by starvation
• registration timetable is Jan 07-CA
estimated 2 Q 2007
• restricted use pesticide-toxic to fish,
mammals, & aquatic organisms
ZORO
• Formulated as a 0.15 EC
• Moderately toxic-signal word of Warning
• labeled on numerous crops
• active on mites. leafminers, thrips
• rates range depending on pest/crop
ZORO
• Registration on a variety of crops including
nut, fruit, citrus, vine, numerous vegetables,
& cotton
• Controls various mites-spider mites, red
mites, bud mites, Russet mites, yellow
mites, rust mites
• Controls Colorado potato beetle,
leafminers, thrips, pear psylla, Asian citrus
psylla, tomato pinworm, diamondback moth
ZORO
• Tree/vine crops rates from 8-20 fl oz/A
& range from 20 to 40 fl oz/A during
growing season
• Rates for cotton range from 4-6 fl oz/A
early & 8-16 fl oz/A mid-late season
ZORO
• Citrus is limited to 1 application/year
and a total of 20 fl oz/A per growing
season
• Vegetable crops rates range from 8-16
fl oz/A & a total of 32 fl oz/A during
growing season
CONTINUE TO MARKET
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METHYL 4E (Methyl Parathion)
FYFANON ULV (Malathion)
DIMETHOATE 4E
COURAZE 2F,Max 4F (Imidacloprid)
NUFOS
(Chlorpyrifos)
ACEPHATE 90SP and 75SP
GLYFOS Formulations (Glyphosate)
CHEMINOVA
“Helping
Farmers
Grow”

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