b'SEED-APPLIED TECHNOLOGIESPelta Seed Pelleting Technology, Syngenta The natural variability in canola seed size can cause several issues, such as seeding misses, and double- or triple-seeded canola, which impact emergence. Pelta technology optimizes seed size and uniformity for more accurate seed placement, greater survivability, and stronger stand establishment.Enabling accurate seed placement removes one variable at seeding time and helps maximize canola hybrid performance and yield potential. Plants that are seeded accurately develop more uniformly and dont compete for resources. Consistent seed size also allows for growers to tap into singulation planter technology, which effectively transforms canola into a row crop, rather than a broadcast-seeded crop.Syngenta research trials have shown that Peltacombined with singulation planting technologyimproved canola emergence by up to 40%. Pelta also Teraxxa F4 Seed Treatment, BASF allows for better application and performance of seed Wireworms have been wreaking havoc on cereal fields fortreatment technologies. years. Wireworms can overwinter in the soil for up to seven years and move up or down in the soil profile in response to environmental conditions resulting in significant challenges from season to season.Farmers with wireworms can face a loss of more than 50% of seedlingsand the survivors may be stunted, which can further reduce yield. Other seed treatment products temporarily intoxicate wireworms that allow for pests to potentially return season after season.Enter Teraxxa F4, a seed treatment created by BASF. Teraxxa F4 eliminates wireworms and reduces wireworm populations by breaking up their reproductive cycle in cereal crops.Teraxxa F4 contains Broflanilide, the first IRAC group 30 active ingredient available in Canada. Its unique mode of action directly impacts wireworms central nervous system resulting in wireworms being eliminated upon contact, providing true control. 10GERMINATION.CAJULY 2022'