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LumiGEN® Seed Treatments

Industry-Leading Crop Protection

At Brevant® seeds, we aim to make your life easier. As the new seed brand from Corteva Agriscience™, we’re doing just that by offering everything you need under one roof, including the complete Corteva Agriscience lineup of advanced seed treatment solutions to help you get the most out of every acre.
 

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LumiGEN Canola Package

treated canola seed
Lumiderm™️ insecticide seed treatment provides excellent protection from both flea beetles and cutworms and creates outstanding early season seedling stand establishment, vigour and biomass.

A component of the NEW LumiGEN canola disease package is Lumiscend™ fungicide seed treatment, a unique new active ingredient for powerful airborne blackleg protection. Four effective modes of action combat yield-robbing seed, soilborne and airborne diseases supports a successful resistance management strategy.
 

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LumiGEN Soybean Package

Lumisena™️ fungicide seed treatment provides the best protection against phytophthora for healthier, more vigorous soybean stands and higher yield potential.

Lumiderm™️ insecticide seed treatment provides broad spectrum protection from early season insect pests in soybeans.

LumiGEN Corn Package

treated corn seedLumivia™️ insecticide seed treatment delivers excellent broad-spectrum protection on key early season corn insect pests.

Lumiscend™️ Pro is a component of the NEW LumiGEN corn fungicide seed treatment package. The package is a unique combination of 4 active ingredients for long-lasting seed and soil-borne disease protection against pythium, rhizoctonia, fusarium and corn head smut species.

Lumialza™️ nematicide seed treatment is a biological nematicide that shields corn roots from harmful nematodes for over 80 days while cooperating with beneficial organisms to enhance crop vigour and yield potential.

Ontario Treated Seed Requirements

To buy and use any amount of neonicotinoid-treated seed, Ontario growers are required to provide the following three items:

Ontario growers will need to submit the pest assessment report and declaration form, along with their IPM training certificate number and expiry date, to the sales representative or seed vendor from whom they purchased the neonicotinoid-treated seed or to the custom seed treater used for treating seed with neonicotinoids.

1. IPM Certification Number

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) certification number. If you don’t have an IPM certification number, you will need to complete the IPM training course offered by University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus (see links below).

2. Pest Assessment Report

Either an Inspection of Soil - Pest Assessment Report or an Inspection of a Crop - Pest Assessment Report. If you are in the following counties or regions, you are required to have these forms completed by a Professional Pest Advisor: Dufferin, Frontenac, Halton, Lambton, Middlesex, Muskoka, Prince Edward, Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Toronto, Wellington.

3. IPM Declaration Form

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Written Declaration Form stating you have considered IPM principles.

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