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Vibrance Extreme Seed Treatment

Product Overview

Syngenta Cereals Crop

Vibrance® Extreme seed treatment fungicide supplies cereal growers with best-in-class Rhizoctonia activity; protects against a broad spectrum of seedborne and soilborne diseases; and promotes effective seedling germination, robust stands and more heads.  Applied through commercial, on site seed treater or seed company, Vibrance Extreme delivers enhanced RootingPower to help achieve optimized root health and consistent yield stability from year to year.

Product Highlights

  • Combines sedaxane with difenoconazole and mefenoxam fungicides to deliver extended protection against a broad spectrum of early-season seedborne and soilborne diseases
  • Delivers longer-lasting, broad-spectrum performance with best-in-class Rhizoctonia activity to deliver better yields under stress
  • 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
  • Affords seed protection that stimulates quality root systems to deliver better emergence, stand establishment, nutrient uptake and stress tolerance
  • Available for application through commerical, on-site seed treater or seed company
  • Boosts RootingPower through enhanced disease protection that leads to more powerful roots and improved crop performance
  • Offers full compatibility with Cruiser® seed treatment insecticide to protect cereal crops from insects and diseases at the same time

Download Supporting Vibrance Extreme Documents

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