Syngenta Canada Launches Vibrance Maxx for Pulses

Syngenta Canada Inc. has launched its Vibrance Maxx seed treatment, a convenient combination of Apron Maxx RTA and Vibrance, for use on peas, lentils and chickpeas, in time for the 2014 growing season. Vibrance Maxx seed treatment provides control of early-season diseases, including Rhizoctonia, to help ensure a healthy stand establishment.

Vibrance Maxx for pulses combines two products to give growers the advantage of three active ingredients: fludioxonil, metalaxyl-M and sedaxane. Vibrance Maxx provides control of seed decay, seedling blight, damping-off caused by Rhizoctonia soliani and post-emergent damping-off. This product also helps manage soil-borne disease pressure often associated with short rotations and increased soil conservation practices, says Syngenta.

For growers who require control of insects such as pea leaf weevil and wireworms, Vibrance Maxx may also be mixed with Cruiser 5FS. The Cruiser 5FS product can be mixed and applied on-farm using a closed-system treater.

For more information about Vibrance Maxx seed treatment, please contact your local Syngenta Representative, visit or contact our Customer Resource Centre at 1-87-SYNGENTA (1-877-964-3682).


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