Avicta Complete Beans Seed Treatment

Product Overview

Avicta Complete Beans, a combination of Avicta® 500 FS seed treatment nematicide and CruiserMaxx® Beans insecticide/fungicide seed treatment combination, provides soybean growers with consistent, reliable protection against damaging nematodes, insects and diseases. Avicta Complete Beans offers soybean growers effective protection from day one, increasing plant stand, vigor, speed to canopy and crop yield potential.

Product Highlights

  • Helps promote healthy, vigorous seedlings 
  • Promotes vigorous plant growth, quicker canopy and larger root mass 
  • Priced to deliver positive return on investment 
  • First and only triple-protection seed treatment for soybeans including a nematicide, fungicides and insecticide 
  • Provides excellent protection against a wide variety of damaging nematode species
  • Offers industry-leading protection against a broad spectrum of early-season insects and disease pathogens 
  • Proven to help increase plant stand, vigor and soybean yield potential 
  • Tested to show a 75 percent positive yield response with an average increase of three to four bushels per acre compared to CruiserMaxx 


Grower Testimonials

Linwood J. Vick

Wilson, N.C.

"I would recommend Avicta Complete Beans because you get a complete package of the nematicide, insecticide and fungicide in one, along with Syngenta support. The yield increase I’ve seen with Avicta Complete Beans is far better than others. I have seen about a four bushel yield increase just from the earliness I get from the soybeans."

Phillip Aycock

Fremont, N.C.

"In 2013 we had all of our soybeans treated with Avicta Complete Beans. We did that because we had half of our soybeans in 2012 treated and we saw a yield increase anywhere from 3 to 6 or 7 bushels to an acre."


Download Supporting Avicta Complete Beans Documents

Avicta Complete Beans Technical Presentation(PDF)
Avicta Complete Beans Technical Bulletin(PDF)
Avicta Complete Beans Image Brochure(PDF)


Sep 30, 2013

Nematode management increases soybean yield

Globally, soybean growers lose $157 billion in annual harvests from plant-parasitic nematodes, according to Louisiana State University researchers.Read more »