Soybean Seed Treatments

Screenshot (28) SoyShield is a premium formulation of fungicide, colorant and polymer seed coating. Latham’s unique formulation gives superior control of most seed and soil-borne diseases (including damping off) and control of early season Phytophthora. The addition of Cue™ (isoflavinoids) to this year’s blend will help trigger beneficial fungi in the root zone to enhance root structure, and improve water and nutrient uptake. Research shows Cue alone improves soybean yields by 1 to 2 bushels per acre.
 Screenshot (30)SoyShield Plus is a premium formulation of SoyShield (all components including Cue™) plus imidacloprid. Imidacloprid is a systemic insecticide, which gives early season control of many seedling insect pests, including wireworm, seed corn maggot, overwintering bean leaf beetles and up to 50 days control of soybean aphid.
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Get the same benefits as SoyShield (seed and soil-borne disease control, enhanced root structure, improved nutrient and water uptake) plus protection from Sudden Death Syndrome and Soybean Cyst Nematode. Third party trials have shown 2-10 bushel advantage from the addition of ILeVO.

 Screenshot (27)SoyShield Plus + ILeVO provides broad spectrum control for top yield including protection against seed and soil-borne disease, seedling insect pests, Sudden Death Syndrome and Soybean Cyst Nematode.
For FieldXField™  analysis on which treatments are best for your acres, contact a Latham representative.
Latham SoyShield and SoyShield Plus are both powered by Acceleron™. Acceleron is the next generation of seed treatments selected to enhance and protect the yield of Latham soybeans. Acceleron fungicide seed treatment products for soybeans feature an exclusive fungicide combination of pyraclostrobin, fluxapyroxad and metalaxyl. Acceleron insecticide and fungicide seed treatment products for soybeans include the same fungicide combination and utilize an industry leading insecticide. It will improve stands and help maximize the performance potential of your soybean crop