Endigo ZC Insecticide

Control Harmful Insects and Maximize Yield with Endigo® ZC


  • Combines two industry-leading chemistries, plus a proprietary Zeon® Concentrate formulation, for quick knockdown and extended residual control of key foliar insect pests, resulting in higher potential yield
  • Delivers robust labeled rates of two complementary modes of action for consistently reliable performance
  • Offers trans-stemic movement into the leaves providing extended residual control
  • Serves as an excellent rotational product for a complete insect resistance management program
  • Protects soybeans, potatoes and cotton, among other crops, from a broad spectrum of harmful insects through three industry-leading technologies


Download Supporting Endigo ZC Documents

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Endigo ZC Soybeans Sell Sheet(PDF)
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Endigo ZC Soybeans Competitor Sheet(PDF)
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Endigo ZC Guidelines for Cotton(PDF)


Aug 17, 2015

Stinkbugs stir up trouble in soybean fields, Syngenta offers solution

As the growing season progresses and stinkbugs continue to increase their impact on soybeans, Syngenta encourages growers to remain diligent in their scouting efforts. While this pest has typically been an economic problem for Southern U.S. soybean growers, populations are now appearing in fields farther into the Midwest, threatening yields more widely than ever before.Read more »

Jul 22, 2015

Syngenta recommends soybean scouting to prevent economic loss from insects

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Feb 18, 2014

Syngenta soybean portfolio drives grower success despite challenging 2013 growing season

The Syngenta soybean portfolio sustained strong results in 2013 despite adverse conditions. Read more »

Sep 4, 2013

Weather patterns favor late-season soybean pests

To improve soybean yields and profitability in 2013, Syngenta encourages growers to continue scouting their fields for soybean pests.Read more »