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The only one that eliminates wireworms in cereals.

In addition to providing exceptional protection against key diseases, new Teraxxa® F4 is the only cereal seed treatment on the market that provides true wireworm control by breaking the lifecycle.

  • Novel insecticide mode of action delivers a new standard for wireworm control
  • Rapidly eliminates wireworms upon contact and reduces resident populations in season for true control
  • Includes four fungicide active ingredients for premium broad-spectrum protection against key seed- and soil-borne diseases, including fusarium2
  • New formulation for reduced viscosity and improved usability

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Disease Management

Pest Diseases
Wireworm (true control) Seed rot, damping-off (pre & post), seedling blight, root rot, crown rot1, and foot rot1 caused by Fusarium spp., seed rot, damping-off (pre & post), seedling blight1, and root rot caused by Cochliobolus sativus, seed rot, damping off (pre & post), seedling blight and root rot caused by Rhizoctonia solani seed rot, damping off (pre & post), seedling blight and root rot caused by Pythium spp., loose smut (U. aenae & U. tritici)2, common bunt3, true loose smut4, covered smut (U. hordei & U. kolleri)5 and false loose smut4

1 Suppression only.
2 Wheat and oats only.
3 Wheat only.
4 Barley only.
5 Barley and oats only.

How it Works

Teraxxa® F4 seed treatment includes broflanilide, a new Group 30 active ingredient that rapidly eliminates wireworms and reduces resident populations in season for true control.

It includes a total of four fungicide active ingredients for premium broad-spectrum protection against key seed- and soil-borne diseases, including fusarium.

Application Tips

Apply using standard slurry, gravity flow or mist-type seed treatment application equipment.

  • Mix/agitate the product well before applying.
  • Be cautious of weather and temperature of seed and seed treatment while treating. Keep seed treatment in a warm storage area and avoid treating seed that is colder than 0°C.
  • Find the right flow rate to avoid plugging. Dont start treating with the seed treater running at 100% capacity.
  • If seed is dry, it can cause issues such as cracked hulls building up and plugging the metering roller/auger.
  • Do not leave your seed treater alone when its running, as many things can quickly affect seed treating quality.
  • Be attentive to factors that can cause changes to nozzle pressure, including the power source to the pump, an object blocking the filter or the hose not reaching deep enough into the product.
  • Be cautious of drying times and factors that can lengthen them, such as weather (air temperature, wind speed, relative humidity), seed temperature, seed moisture levels, seed type and water being added during treating.
  • Dilution with water is not required unless recommended by the manufacturer of the seed treatment application equipment. If desired, increase the use rate proportionally to the dilution rate: EX: 100 ml water + 300 ml Teraxxa® F4= 400 ml/100 kg seed. BASF supports the addition of water to Teraxxa F4 to maximum volume of 600 ml (300 ml additional water per 100 kg).
  • Do not use treated seed for food, feed or oil production.
  • In adherence with the "Seeds Act", Teraxxa F4 contains sufficient pigment to conspicuously colour and coat treated seed.
  • How Much to Apply

    The application rate for Teraxxa F4 seed treatment is 300 ml/100 kg of seed.

                                                                                                                                                
    CropBushels (bu)
    per case
    Bushels (bu) per
    120 L drum
    Bushels (bu) per
    450 L tote
    Barley300 bu1,837 bu6,888 bu
    Canary seed288 bu1,764 bu6,614 bu
    Oats422 bu2,584 bu9,689 bu
    Rye, triticale256 bu1,567 bu5,878 bu
    Wheat240 bu1,470 bu5,510 bu

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