Source: Bayer CropScience

Webworms, earworms, headworms, armyworms and other hungry Lepidoptera species feed hungrily on sorghum leaves, leaf whorls and panicles. Collectively they can cost sorghum growers thousands upon thousands of bushels of lost yields. Fortunately, Texas sorghum growers will have an additional control option this season with the introduction of Belt insecticide from Bayer CropScience.

"Belt is a highly selective insecticide that targets many economically significant worm species," said product manager Lee Hall. "It features fast action and extended residual control to help preserve yield potential. Because many growers already have experience with Belt in cotton, they can expect the same reliable performance in sorghum."
 
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