Damon Smith, Extension Field Crops Pathologist and Richard Proost, Agronomist, UW Nutrient and Pest Management Program
Seed treatments have been used for a number of years, mostly for protection against seedling diseases. However, there are a number of new seed treatments marketed for protection against a range of pests—including seedling diseases, insects and nematodes—and even improving plant health. The purpose of this publication is to take some of the confusion of seed treatments away, giving you a better understanding of what is on your seed. The list covers seed treatments registered in the state of Wisconsin for use on corn/soybean/small grain/alfalfa seed. 4 pages.