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Triple Crown Provides Insect Trifecta

Triple Crown Provides Insect Trifecta

FMC Corporation says its new Triple Crown insecticide offers three modes of action for pest control in cotton, corn and soybeans.

FMC Corporation's Triple Crown insecticide offers a triple-mode of action for controlling aphids, stinkbugs and other key pests in soybeans, corn and cotton for your farm.

The pyrethroid and neo-nicotinoid combination gives quick knock-down and a long-lasting residual, along with translaminar activity to enter the leaf to attack piercing-sucking insects.

Triple Crown is a premix formulation and mixing well with herbicides, fungicides and foliar feeds to boost applicator convenience, say FMC Corp. officials.

In addition to the primary pests listed on the label, Triple Crown also is effective on worms, plant bugs and other leaf-feeding insects.

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Triple Crown Provides Insect Trifecta

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