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  • To control CRW, trust Force insecticide

    Growing corn sequentially across multiple years creates an ideal environment for corn rootworm (CRW) populations to increase. A destructive pest, rootworms reduce yield and affect overall plant health by: Increasing the corn plant’s susceptibility to disease. Reducing the plant’s ability to uptake water and nutrients, resulting in increased stress levels. Inhibiting the formation of roots, which may result in lodged or goose-necked corn that is stunted and time-consuming at harvest. Working in a soybean rotation…