Seed Treatment - Product Ultrastrike Brassica

By: Seed Treatment  06-Dec-2011
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Ultrastrike Brassica is a broad spectrum ‘filmcote’ seed treatment that will provide establishing brassica seedlings with the most comprehensive protection package in the seed treatment market.

Ultrastrike Brassica provides protection against four major insect pests in addition to protection against seedling diseases during plant establishment.

Ultrastrike Brassica seed treatment contains:

Ultrastrike Brassica seed treatment is recommended for all winter brassica crops such as kale and swedes. These crops require protection over an extended period from pests such as Aphids. Autumn sown crops and seed sown through no-tillage should also be protected with Ultrastrike because of the increased threat of insect pressure during establishment.

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