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Crop protection

  • Disrupts Insect Development: as a third-generation chitin inhibitor, Diamond interferes with insect development via transovarian disruption, resulting in reduced egg lay and hatch.
  • Excellent IPM Material: easy on beneficials; use pattern and unique mode of action reduces the potential for environmental and ecological exposure when compared to many current standard materials.
  • Resistance Management: alternative mode of action provides an excellent resistance management tool for long lasting protection.
  • Proven Yield Increase: incorporating Diamond into an early Lygus control program has shown to increase overall yields.

Cotton

Diamond Cotton Chart 1

The average application for Diamond insecticide will pay for itself with fewer than 15 additional lbs of cotton… even in the absence of insect pressure.

Credit: Diamond application rate: 6 ounces. MSU. 2015. 


Diamond Cotton Chart 2

This graph shows different application timings with a single application of Diamond. From left to right, the bars represent no Diamond, third week of flowering, first flower, and third week of squaring. A single application of Diamond at anytime during the season resulted in a 123 lb increase in lint yield. When the application was made during the late squaring period, there was a 266 lb increase in lint yield. This corresponded to adults migrating into the cotton from corn.

Credit: JeffGore, Angus Catchot, Don Cook, and Fred Musser. MSU. 2015. 


Sorghum

diamond sorghum chart


Diamond Midge Sorghum 2

Sugarcane

Diamond Sugarcane Charts 1

Diamond Sugarcane Charts 2

Peanuts

Diamond Peanut Chart 1


Diamond Peanut Chart 2

Soybean

Diamond Soybean Chart 1

Diamond Soybean Chart 2 

Diamond Soybean Chart 3

Key Targets

Leafhoppers, Stink Bugs, Caterpillars, Lygus

Signal Word

Warning

Package Sizes

2x2.5 gal

Group Number

15

Active Ingredient

Novaluron