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Safeguard your corn

Agrisure Viptera® is the first vegetative insecticidal protein in corn and is the only trait currently available that effectively controls western bean cutworm. It also protects the crop from key above-ground insects like corn earworm, cutworm and armyworm.

Agrisure Viptera relies on a unique vegetative insecticidal protein (VIP) that binds to a receptor site in the lining of the western bean cutworm’s mid-gut. Because VIP targets this site, rather than the sites traditionally targeted by crystal (cry) proteins, Agrisure Viptera delivers a high dose kill, making it the most effective trait for control of western bean cutworm.

Trait benefits

  • Protect your corn from 14 pests, including corn earworm, black cutworm and Western bean cutworm, from emergence to harvest
  • Most effective Bt corn trait for western bean cutworm control with virtually no survival on Agrisure Viptera corn tissue
  • Some Agrisure Viptera trait stacks also come with Agrisure E-Z Refuge® for automatic refuge compliance right in the bag

Available trait stacks

Agrisure Viptera 3220 E-Z Refuge logo
  • This trait stack provides unsurpassed control of broad lepidopteran pests and corn borer
  • Two modes of action
  • Integrated E-Z Refuge for automatic refuge compliance
Agrisure Viptera 3110 logo
  • Excellent control of above-ground insects for areas where corn rootworm management is not a primary concern
  • Tolerant to glyphosate and glufosinate
Agrisure Viptera 3111 logo
  • Protection against 14 yield-robbing insects including corn borer, corn rootworm, fall armyworm, Western bean cutworm and black cutworm
  • Tolerant to glyphosate and glufosinate

Performance

Agrisure Viptera delivers the most comprehensive western bean cutworm control in the industry. Western bean cutworm is native to North America and has progressively spread through the Corn Belt. Masses of up to 200 eggs are laid on the plant leaves, so populations can grow quickly.

Comprehensive insect control

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1. Refer to the label for a full list of pests controlled.

Performance evaluations are based on field observations and public information. Data from multiple locations and years should be consulted whenever possible. Individual results may vary depending on local growing, soil and weather conditions.

All competitor information is based solely upon interpretation of publicly available information, including public presentations, regulatory submissions, and observations made in commercial fields.