November 18, 2013: Shakopee, Minnesota
The US Environmental Protection Agency announced on November 15th the registration for commercial use of Kabina 40SC as a seed treatment of sugarbeet seed for protection against seedling Rhizoctonia infestation. Sugarbeet growers will directly benefit from this seed treatment as Kabina offers seedling protection against Rhizoctonia the first six weeks after planting. BetaShield, Betaseed’s premier line of seed treatment and enhancement products, offers Kabina on all seed sold in US markets.
“We’re excited to provide growers with Kabina, a seed treatment product that is effective in the fight against seedling Rhizoctonia disease,” stated Mark Schmidt, Director of Sales and Marketing for Betaseed. “Adding this product to the BetaShield line-up of seed enhancement products provides sugarbeet growers with another option to protect fragile sugarbeet seedlings.”
BetaShield options vary by sugarbeet growing region and growers are urged to contact their Independent Sales Agent for program details.
Betaseed, Inc., headquartered in Shakopee, Minnesota is the market leader in sugarbeet seed. Known for strong variety performance, Betaseed has had a longstanding commitment to the beet sugar industry focusing its research on developing new varieties to improve the efficiency and profitability of sugar production.
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