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

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Endigo ZC Guidelines for Cotton(PDF)


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