Category: European Corn Borer

Corn School: Baling Stalks — Can You Harvest Too Much?

Have you tried baling corn stalks? Agronomist Pat Lynch thinks you can’t bale enough. At Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show last month, Lynch helped co-ordinate the Corn Stalk Baling Demonstration. Afterwards he joined the Corn School to share his thoughts on whether Ontario farmers should be jumping on the stalk baling bandwagon. Today’s corn hybrids are… Read more »

Agrisure Viptera 3220 E-Z Refuge Trait Stack Available for 2013

Syngenta recently received Canadian regulatory approval for Agrisure Viptera 3220 E-Z Refuge trait stack in corn. The Agrisure Viptera 3220 trait stack offers dual modes of action for control of multiple lepidopteran pests, such as black cutworm, western bean cutworm and fall armyworm, and corn borer. Each bag contains 95% seed of a corn hybrid… Read more »

Corn Growers Have New Worm-Fighter

European corn borer, corn earworm, and western bean cutworm beware. There’s a new kid in town that packs quite a punch. It’s called Voliam Xpress and has been recently registered by Syngenta for use on all types of corn. Voliam Express is a pre-mix of two powerful insecticides with proven effectiveness against European corn borer,… Read more »