Combines Xemium® with AgCelence® benefits1 to maximize pulse, soybean, flax and mustard production.
- The first fungicide seed treatment with Xemium, for unique translocation and mobility characteristics
- Delivers more consistent and continuous protection against key seed and seedling diseases, including ascochyta
- AgCelence benefits1 offer premium, broad-spectrum disease control, more consistent and increased germination and emergence, even under cold conditions
- Enhance seedling vigour above and below ground, along with the ability to better manage environmental stresses
1 AgCelence benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin.
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|Crops||Diseases Controlled and Suppressed|
|In pulses and soybean.||Seed rot and seedling blight caused by soil-borne Fusarium spp. and Pythium spp. Seed rot, seedling blight and root rot caused by soil-borne Rhizoctonia solani Seedling blight caused by seed-borne Ascochyta spp. Root rot caused by soil-borne Fusarium spp.2 Seed rot and seedling blight caused by seed-borne Botrytis cinerea 2 Anthracnose seeding blight caused by seed-borne Colletotrichum lindemuthianum2|
|In flax and mustard.||Seed rot, seedling blight and root rot caused by soil-borne Fusarium spp. and Rhizoctonia solani Seed rot and seedling blight caused by soil-borne Pythium spp.3 Seedling blight and root rot caused by soil-borne Alternaria brassicae3 Seed rot, seedling blight and root rot caused by soil-borne Leptosphaeria maculans3|
1 AgCelence benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin. 2 Suppression only. 3 In mustard only.
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Insure Pulse Fungicide Seed Treatment
How it Works
Insure Pulse has three active ingredients from Groups 4, 7 and 11 for multiple modes of action and premium, broad-spectrum control of key diseases affecting pulse and flax crops.
In addition, Insure Pulse is the only pulse seed treatment that uses the same active ingredient found in Headline®, for unique AgCelence® benefits1 plus the translocation and mobility characteristics of Xemium® for more consistent and continuous protection.
Xemium has unique mobility characteristics, enabling it to spread from roots to shoots and throughout the seedling. This plant-wide distribution, protects the crop right from initial development, providing reliable, consistent disease control. Control of key diseases causing root rot, seed rot and, seedling blight contributes to a better plant stand, the foundation for a healthier, more profitable crop.
Crops (subgroup 6C) and treatment
Use standard slurry or mist-type seed treatment application equipment.
- Field pea
- Lentil (all classes)
- Dry bean
- Flax (Linum usitatissimum)
- Faba bean
Apply using standard slurry or mist-type seed treatment application equipment.
When used at the recommended rate, no additional dyes or dilutions with water are needed unless recommended by the manufacturer of the seed treatment application equipment.
Please consult the seed treatment application equipment manufacturer in question for further directions.
Thorough seed coverage offers the best protection from seed-borne, soil-borne, and seedling diseases. Uniform application on seed and complete seed coverage are necessary for seed safety and best protection against disease. Seed should be sound and well cleaned prior to treatment.
Do not use treated seed for food, feed or oil producing.
Insure Pulse contains sufficient pigment to conspicuously colour and coat treated seed. Regulations pertaining to the colouration of treated seed enforced under the “Seeds Act” must be strictly adhered to when using Insure Pulse.
An Insure Pulse fungicide seed treatment tag for use when labeling treated seed is available in the Download Centre.
How Much to Apply
Apply Insure Pulse fungicide seed treatment at 300 ml/100 kg (220 lb) seed for all pulses and soybean, at 300 to 600 ml/100 kg seed for flax4 and at 600 ml/100 kg seed for mustard.
|Crop||Bushels (bu) treated per jug||Bushels (bu) treated per 120 L drum||Bushels (bu) treated per 450 L tote|
|Field Pea||120||1,469||5,510 bu|
|Lentil (all classes)||120||1,469||5,510 bu|
|Flax4||64 to 128||784 to 1,567||2,939 to 5,878 bu|
|Faba bean||120||1,469||5,510 bu|
|Dry Bean||120||1,469||5,905 bu|
4 For flax (Linum usitatissimum), use a higher rate of 600ml/100kg seed if: a) there is a history of high disease pressures in the field or b) where field conditions favour seed- and soil-borne pathogens. If using the 600ml/100kg rate, it is highly recommended that the seed be treated into a bin or truck box to allow the treated seed to dry prior to placing into the seeder hopper. This will prevent clumping and bridging in the seeder.
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|Size (units x size):||2 x 9.8 L jugs
120 L drum
450 L tote
|Product Article #:||TBD|
|Gross Weight of Package:||22.8kg / 142.6 kg|
|Units/Pallet:||36 cases ; 5 drums|
|PTS - T/L (48 foot):||24|
|Warehouse Stack Height:||2 pallets|
|TDG Information:||Not regulated|
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