CruiserMaxx Vibrance Cereals Seed Treatment

Product Overview

Syngenta Cereals Crop

CruiserMaxx® Vibrance® Cereals seed treatment insecticide/ fungicide combines the power of four chemistries to deliver a boost to RootingPower in wheat and barley and safeguard seeds, young seedlings and roots from a broad range of seedborne and soilborne diseases, as well as insects. Whether applied on-farm or through a commercial, on-site seed treater or seed company, CruiserMaxx Vibrance Cereals helps cereal crops establish stronger, more vigorous roots that help boost crop productivity and increase yield potential.

Product Highlights

  • Features sedaxane with thiamethoxam, mefenoxam and difenoconazole fungicides in a convenient formulation effective at a single use rate
  • Combines best-in-class Rhizoctonia activity with broad spectrum insect and disease protection
  • Boosts RootingPower through longer-lasting disease protection that leads to more powerful roots and improved crop performance
  • Optimized, tailor-made formulation to enhance consistency in performance whether applied on-farm or through commercial, on-site seed treaters or seed companies
  • Delivers consistent yield performance and stability under a wide range of growing conditions
  • Offers ideal systemicity and soil mobility to create a “halo of protection” around the seed and root system
  • Provides a resistance management tool as it adds another seed treatment mode of action from the SDHI class of fungicides to the Syngenta Seedcare portfolio
  • Delivers the Cruiser® Vigor Effect to help enhance germination, increase vigor, improve stand establishment and deliver better yield potential
  • Guards against wireworm damage to help establish better stands, increase yield potential and produce better grain quality and increased test weights
  • Delivers healthier root systems and stronger plant stands to help winter wheat better prepare for dormancy

Download Supporting CruiserMaxx Vibrance Cereals Documents

Vibrance in Cereals Sales Presentation(PDF)
Syngenta Seed Treatment Portfolio Brochure(PDF)
Soilborne Pathogens Bulletin(PDF)
RootingPower Info Sheet(PDF)
Root Health Poster(PDF)
CruiserMaxx Vibrance Cereals Info Sheet(PDF)


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