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Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans Seed Treatment

Uses

Crops

Soybeans; Dry beans;  

For management of

Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans is a combination of one powerful insecticide and three effective fung...

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Application Information

Cruiser Maxx Beans: 195 mL/100kg of seed Vibrance 500FS: 5mL/100kg of seed Cruiser Maxx V...

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Tank Mixes

Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans is compatible with most Rhizobium based inoculants. Please check with...

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Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group 4 insecticide ; Group 4, Group 7 and Group 12 fungicides

Active ingredients

Thiamethoxam, Metalaxyl-M and S-isomer, Fludioxonil, and Sedaxane

PHI: N/A
REI: N/A

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About this Product

Give your soybeans the Seedcare™ they deserve

Soybeans like yours deserve nothing but the best. That’s why there’s Cruiser Maxx® Vibrance® Beans seed treatment, which delivers reliable disease and insect control in one easy-to-use formulation. Plus, with the added power of Vigor Trigger® and Rooting Power™, you’ll see faster emergence, stronger stands and more consistent yields. Now, isn’t that the care your beans deserve?

Product Benefits

Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans:

  • Provides the benefits of both systemic and contact fungicide activity
  • Is a powerful seed-applied insecticide
  • Is safe on seed and can be used with most Rhizobium-based inoculants
  • Gives consistent performance under a wide range of growing conditions

Packaging

One case contains 1 x 56.78L jug of Cruiser Maxx Beans and 1 x 1.45 L jug of Vibrance 500FS

Uses

For use on:

  • Soybeans
  • Dry beans

 

For management of:

Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans is a combination of one powerful insecticide and three effective fungicides.

The seed-applied insecticide protects against:

The three fungicides protect crops from some of the most significant seed- and soil-borne diseases in soybeans, including:

  • Damping-off (caused by Rhizoctonia spp., Fusarium spp., and Pythium spp.)
  • Seedling blight (caused by Fusarium spp. and Pythium spp.)
  • Seed rot (caused by Phomopsis spp. and root rot complex)
  • Early root rot (caused by Phytophthora spp.)
     

Please refer to the label for a complete listing of diseases and insects controlled in soybeans and dry beans.

For a reader-friendly reference chart, please refer to the Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans pages in the 2017 Western Canada Product Guide.

Application Information

Use Rates

Cruiser Maxx Beans: 195 mL/100kg of seed

Vibrance 500FS: 5mL/100kg of seed

Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans on soybeans is available only in commercial seed treatment facilities and sold on pre-treated seed.

Application Method

Commercial Seed Treatment

Application Information

For use in commercial seed treatment facilities only.

Product must be commercially applied to the seed prior to planting.

Re-calibration of seeding equipment is recommended before planting treated seed.

Use Restrictions

  • Do not seed any crop other than canola, small grain cereals, corn, sorghum, mustard, dried shelled peas and beans, or soybeans within 60 days to fields in which seeds treated with Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans seed treatment were planted
  • Treated seed must not be used for food, feed or oil processing
  • Closed transfer of the Cruiser Maxx Beans component of Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans is required. Open transfer of Vibrance 500FS is permitted. Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans must be mixed and applied using a closed system.
  • Store away from food and feed to prevent contamination
  • Do not graze or feed livestock on treated areas for 45 days after seeding soybeans, or 60 days after seeding dry beans.

Tank Mixes

Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans is compatible with most Rhizobium based inoculants. Please check with inoculant manufacturers for details prior to use.

Technical Information

Chemistry Group

Group 4 insecticide; Group 4, Group 7 and Group 12 fungicides

Mode of Action

Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans includes an active ingredient called sedaxane. It has a mode of action, which:

  • Defends roots against certain diseases carried in soil and air as well as against seed infection with best in class Rhizoctonia activity;
  • Provides long-lasting protection of the entire root system through all critical crop development stages and under a wide range of environmental conditions;
  • Belongs to the Pyrazole-Carboxamide class of chemistry – a succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor (SDHI) class of fungicides.

Vibrance penetrates from the seed into the surrounding soil, forming a protective cloud around the seed, developing roots and the lower stem, which helps to strengthen the plant throughout its growing cycle.

Worldwide research increasingly points to root health as the key for future crop productivity improvements. It is estimated that 80% of all plant problems start with soil or root problems. Vibrance helps protect the plant from yield-robbing diseases enabling the seedling to develop a stronger, healthier root system, helping the plant fulfill its maximum genetic potential.

Metalaxyl m = Group 4 = phenylamide – targets RNA polymerase I

Fludioxonil = Group 12 = phenylpyrroles – affects signal transduction

Sedaxane = Group 7 = succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor – affects respiration

Thiamethoxam = Group 4A = neonicotinoid – affects nerve action

Resistance Management

For resistance management, please note that Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans Seed Treatment contains Group 4, Group 7 and Group 12 fungicides and a Group 4 insecticide.  Any fungal and (or) insect population may contain individuals naturally resistant to Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans Seed Treatment and other Group 4, Group 7 or Group 12 fungicides and Group 4 insecticides.  A gradual or total loss of pest control may occur over time if these fungicides/insecticides are used repeatedly in the same fields.  Other resistance mechanisms that are not linked to site of action but specific for individual chemicals, such as enhanced metabolism, may also exist.  Appropriate resistance management strategies should be followed.

To delay insecticide and fungicide resistance:

Where possible, rotate the use of Cruiser Maxx Beans Seed Treatment or other Group 4, Group 7 and Group 12 fungicides and Group 4 insecticides with different groups that control the same pathogens/pests.

Fungicide and insecticide use should be based on an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program that includes scouting, historical information related to pesticide use and crop rotation and considers cultural, biological and other chemical control practices.

Monitor treated fungal and insecticide populations for resistance development.  If disease continues to progress after treatment with this product, do not increase the use rate. Discontinue use of this product, and switch to another fungicide and insecticide product with a different target site of action, if available.

Contact your local extension specialist or certified crop advisors for any additional pesticide resistance-management and (or) IPM recommendations for specific crops and pathogens or pest problems in your area.

For further information or to report suspected resistance, contact Syngenta Canada Inc. at 1-87-SYNGENTA (1-877-964-3682) or at www.syngenta.ca.

Labels & MSDS

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Description Cruiser Maxx Vibrance Beans is a co-pack of Cruiser Maxx Beans and Vibrance 500FS.
Active ingredient Thiamethoxam, Metalaxyl-M and S-isomer, Fludioxonil, and Sedaxane
Provinces (for sale and use in) AB, BC, MB, NB, NF, NS, ON, PE, QC, SK
Crops (for sale and use in) Beans, dry, Soybeans, Soybeans (conventional), Soybeans, glyphosate-tolerant
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Disclaimer – ALWAYS read and follow label directions. Please use this information above only as a guideline and not an exact description.

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