Coragen® MaX insecticide is a 3x more concentrated formulation of Coragen® insecticide.
Coragen® MaX insecticide / East / Row Crop
Coragen® MaX insecticide is the 3x more concentrated formulation of Coragen® insecticide.
When problem insects like Western bean cutworm are just too tough for other products, Coragen® MaX insecticide can help. Its unique mode of action targets hatching insects all the way through to adult stages of development, providing remarkable extended plant protection unmatched by other chemistries.
That means reliable, consistent, long-lasting protection against key insect pests with minimal impact on many important beneficial insects and pollinators*. Its unique environmental and toxicological profile makes Coragen® MaX insecticide a sound choice for growers and applicators.
- The concentrated Coragen® MaX formulation comes in a 2 L jug that treats 60 acres at the most common Western bean cutworm application rate.
- Lower volumes, smaller warehouse footprint, less plastic and less packaging to handle.
- Fast acting - target pests stop feeding within minutes of ingestion, resulting in nearly immediate crop protection.
- Provides up to 21 days of residual control**, including translaminar movement.
- Rynaxypyr® active comes from a novel group of chemistry with no known cross resistance to other chemistries.
- Controls hatching insects all the way through to adult stages of development.
- Has minimal impact on many important beneficial insects and pollinators*.
Labels And SDS
Coragen® MaX insecticide is an innovative product providing broad spectrum, extended control of many pests, including western bean cutworm, European corn borer, armyworms, cutworms and more. These and other pests are controlled through a novel mode of action – the activation of insect ryanodine receptors (RyRs) – that attacks muscle function and stops insects from feeding in as little as seven minutes.
Coragen® MaX insecticide can be used on a wide variety of crops, has a short (12 hour) re-entry period, with minimal impact on many important pollinators and beneficials*. It's also very tank stable, mixable, and can be applied in a wide range of temperatures (between 4°C and 40°C).
Its effective residual control, coupled with a unique environmental and toxicological profile and new more concentrated formulation, makes Coragen® MaX insecticide a sound crop protection choice.
Coragen® MaX insecticide provides all of the benefits that the industry has come to rely on from Coragen® insecticide, with improved sustainability. The lower volumes, smaller warehouse footprint, less plastic and less packaging to handle means added efficiencies to farmers and retailers alike.
Full crop listing
- Field corn
- Corn (Sweet)
- Dry Beans
- Cucurbit Vegetable
- Fruiting Vegetable
- Leafy Vegetables
- Legume Vegetable
- Non-Grass Animal Feeds (Forage, Fodder, Straw, Hay)
- Root Vegetables
- Cucumber (Greenhouse)
- Seed Corn
- Brassica Vegetables
- Green Onion
- Forage Grass
- Tuber Vegetables
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
Tank Mixing: Very stable in the tank and very tank-mixable. Refer to product label for tank-mixing instructions and to Tank-Mixing Policy for Supported Tank-Mixes.
Temperature: Can be applied in a wide range of temperatures (between 4°C and 40°C).
Packaging: 4 x 2 L jugs/case
Rainfast: 1 hour
Water Volume: 10 gal/ac (100 L/ha)
Re-entry Period: 12 hours
Aerial application: 5 gal/ac (50 L/ha) for cereals, corn, legume vegetables (beans, lupine, fava bean, chickpeas, lentils, peas), sugar beets, oilseeds and potatoes.
*When applied at label rates. In line with Integrated Pest Management and Good Agricultural Practices, insecticide applications should be made when pollinators are not foraging to avoid unnecessary exposure.
**Depending on rate and when weather and temperature are optimal.
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