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Cobalt® Advanced

Insecticide

High-performance insect management tool

Cobalt® Advanced insecticide is a new high-performance insect management tool with multiple modes of action that delivers fast knockdown and excellent residual control of a broad spectrum of insects in an innovative low-odor formulation.

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Benefits

Consistency

Cobalt® Advanced insecticide provides consistent, broad-spectrum control of insects across a variety of crops, including alfalfa, corn, soybeans, sunflower and wheat.

Flexibility

With ultrafast knockdown, Cobalt Advanced gives growers a wider window to make applications and provides long-lasting residual control, reducing the need to respray.

Complementary

Cobalt Advanced is a convenient tank-mix option with other pesticides, nutrients and adjuvants. Mixing it with an effective fungicide controls insects and diseases in a single pass.

Controlled pests

This product delivers effective pest control against the following:

  • Aphid
  • Armyworm
  • Beetle
  • Bollworm
  • Borer
  • Cabbageworm
  • Caterpillar
  • Chinch Bug
  • Corn Borer
  • Earworm
  • Fleahopper
  • Grape Colaspis
  • Grub
  • Leafhopper
  • Leafminer
  • Leafroller
  • Looper
  • Maggot
  • Mite
  • Plant Bug
  • Scale
  • Stink Bug
  • Thrips
  • Webworm
  • Weevil
  • Whitefly

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State Registrations

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Technical Specifications

  • Active Ingredient
    Chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin
  • Approved Use
    For control of listed insects infesting listed field, fruit, nut and vegetable crops

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Cobalt Advanced is a federally Restricted Use Pesticide. Cobalt Advanced is not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. Always read and follow label directions.