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More Canadian uses for DuPont's Rynaxypyr

DuPont's insecticide, Coragen (chlorantraniliprole - trade-marked as Rynaxypyr), has been granted further use extensions in Canada for cereals, root and tuber vegetables and grasses. The product can be used on cereals to control grasshoppers, armyworms and cutworms. Coragen was initially approved in Canada in 2008, with several use extensions granted in 2011 (Agrow No 612, p 26).

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