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In order for biotech corn hybrid seed traits and seed treatments to work, pests must first bite and damage seed and seedlings. Capture® LFR® liquid, at-plant insecticide puts down a Zone of Protection and controls pests before seed damage ever takes place. The result? Healthier plant stands, increased root size and that increase in yield you’ve been looking for. FMC also has an assistance program to help you pay for liquid application equipment.
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Capture LFR liquid, at-plant insecticide improves plant health by protecting it from seedling damage. Capture also helps mitigate CRW resistance and provides further protection.
Capture LFR creates a zone of protection around each seed and seedling when it is applied in-furrow during planting. Soil pests won't inflict damage on young plants because they're effectively controlled in the zone of protection.
Plants treated with Capture LFR have dramatically healthier root systems from less pest damage. Less pest damage means better plant health, improved stand and increased yields.
To use Capture LFR, you may need at-plant insecticide equipment to attach to your planter. FMC has partnered with equipment companies to fabricate liquid application systems that are modular and fit on most existing planters.
Growers discuss the major benefits from using Capture LFR.
A grower in Illinois discusses the convenience and safety of using Capture® LFR insecticide.
A grower in York, Nebraska talks about the confidence he gains using Capture® LFR® insecticide.
A Nebraska extension agent discusses how insecticides used in furrow help corn seeds reach their full yield potential.
Poncho® 250 - population 27,000 (left) | Capture LFR 3.4 oz applied in furrow - population 29,000 (right)
Brian and Darren Hefty of Ag PhD discuss insecticide use and the benefits of Capture LFR.
A Nebraska extension agent, discusses tactics for minimizing corn rootworm threats in corn.
A grower in York, Nebraska explains how plants emerge stronger using Capture® LFR® insecticide.
A Nebraska extension agent discusses the factors that lead to resistance development.
A grower in York, Nebraska discusses his plans for using Capture® LFR® insecticide with refuge in a bag.
A grower in York, Nebraska explains how his stand count improved using Capture® LFR® insecticide.
The plant treated with Capture LFR is off to a much taller start.
A grower in Illinois explains the value of Capture® LFR® insecticide.
A Nebraska grower explains what prompted him to use Capture® LFR® insecticide.
A grower in Clayton, Indiana discusses the convenience and ease of use of Capture® LFR® insecticide.
Capture LFR improved stand count across four locations.
FMC Corporation has been serving agriculture for more than a century—long enough to know that new threats are always on the horizon. Crop by crop, region by region, we're dedicated to meeting these challenges head-on with innovative herbicides, pesticides and fungicides that add value to your operation. Bottom line, we're in this together and the only factor that determines our success is yours.