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Transform® WG

Insecticide

Win the battle against insects

Transform® WG insecticide provides outstanding control of targeted insects across multiple crops throughout the United States. This distinctive chemistry provides excellent control of sucking and piercing insects, including tarnished plant bug and aphids in cotton; potato psyllids, leafhoppers and aphids in potatoes; and aphids in canola and soybeans. The protection Transform offers empowers growers to protect yield potential as part of an effective insect management program.

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Knock out pests

Transform® WG insecticide from Corteva Agriscience maximizes yield potential with outstanding control of key sap-feeding pests. Transform offers growers an insecticide that is in a class of one.  

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Benefits

More benefits and options

Transform® WG insecticide features Isoclast active (sulfoxaflor) and is the only member of the Group 4C class of insecticides. This means Transform offers more benefits and options for growers.

Effective control

Transform effectively controls sap-feeding insects by contact and by feeding through translaminar activity, effectively reaching those out of the direct line of spray.

Knockdown plus resistance management

Delivering excellent knockdown plus residual control, Transform also provides a needed rotation option for resistance management programs.

Controlled pests

This product delivers effective pest control against the following:

  • Aphid
  • Greenbug
  • Leafhopper
  • Plant Bug
  • Psyllid
  • Stink Bug
  • Thrips
  • Whitefly

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Technical Specifications

  • Active Ingredient

    Isoclast active (sulfoxaflor)

  • Insecticide Group

    Transform® WG insecticide contains a Group 4C insecticide.

  • Approved Use

    For control or suppression of aphids, fleahoppers, plant bugs, stink bugs, whiteflies and certain psyllids, scales, and thrips on: alfalfa, barley, bulb vegetables (crop group 3-07), canola (rapeseed) (subgroup 20A), citrus (crop group 10), corn (field, pop, sweet, grown for seed), cotton, cucurbit vegetables (crop group 9), fruiting vegetables (crop group 8), leaves of root and tuber vegetables (crop group 2), low growing berry (subgroup 13-07G) (except strawberry), millet, oats, okra, pome fruits (crop group 11), potatoes (crop groups 1C and 1D), root and tuber vegetables (cropgroups 1A and 1B), rye, small fruit vine climbing (except fuzzy kiwifruit) (subgroup 13-07F), sorghum, soybean, stone fruits (crop group 12-12), strawberry, succulent, edible podded, and dry beans, teff, teosinte, tree nuts (crop group 14-12), tree plantations, triticale, and wheat.

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