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    2005 Beltwide Cotton Conferences 2005 Beltwide Cotton Conferences Presentation Transcript

    • 2005 Beltwide Cotton Conferences
        • Plant Protection and Biotech Products in the Pipeline
        • Frank L. Carter
        • Senior Scientist, Pest Management
        • National Cotton Council
        • Memphis, TN
    • Plant Protection and Biotech Products in the Pipeline
      • Focus:
        • New biotech constructs
        • New active ingredients
      • Pipeline:
        • Registered within the past year
        • Expect registration within the year
      • Not include:
        • Premixes, co-packs, re-formulations, or generics
    • Plant Protection and Biotech Products in the Pipeline
      • 5 biotech products
      • 20 chemical products
      • Registered :
        • Bollgard II
        • WideStirke
        • LibertyLink / Ignite System
      • Nearing Registration:
        • VipCot
        • Roundup Flex
      Biotech Products
    • Registered Biotech Products: Int. ’04 (<1.5%) Ignite Tolerant Bayer (FiberMax) LibertyLink Launch ’05 IRM = BG Bt Cotton Dow (Phytogen) WideStrike Int. 2004 IRM = BG Bt Cotton Monsanto Bollgard II
    • Bollgard II 80/20; 95/5 Emb. or UT; community IRM 1.5% planted in ’04; see seed companies for 2005 varieties and supplies Varieties Broad Lep control Target Pests Completed 12/03 Reg. Status Monsanto Company Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab Bt toxins
    • WideStrike Same as BG and BG II; 80/20; 95/5 Emb. or UT; community IRM Phytogen early-to-mid varieties PHY 440 W (ample supplies) PHY 470 WR (limited supplies) PHY 480 WR (limited supplies) Varieties Broad Lep control Target Pests Completed late ‘04 Reg. Status Dow Agrosciences Company Cry1Ac and Cry1F Bt toxins
    • LibertyLink / Ignite System > 1 % planted in ’04; in FiberMax varieties Varieties Completed Reg. Status Bayer CropScience Company Glufosinate ammonium (Ignite) Herbicide Tolerant
    • VipCot Alan McCaffery in Insect Res. Conf. IRM Exotoxin produced during vegetative stages of Bacillus thuringiensis growth VipCot Bt Broad Lep control Target Pests Cot 102 first; Cot 200 series Reg. Status Syngenta and DeltaPine Company Vip3A Bt toxins
    • Roundup Flex Monsanto Tech Bulletin; See seed company partners Info: Variety trials, company tests, seed increase; Launch 2006 2005 plans Greater flexibility of timing and rate of glyphosate applications Use EPA- late stages USDA- Late stages FDA- ongoing Reg. Status Monsanto Company Glyphosate tolerant
    • Plant Protection Products
      • Recently Registered
      • (11 products)
    • Diamond Comments Lepidopteran complex, plant bugs, stink bugs, suppress whiteflies & thrips Primary Target Pests Registered in May 2004 Label Status Crompton Company IGR – 3 rd Gen. chitin inhibitor Class Novaluron Common Name
    • Zeal Long residual molt inhibitor, adult mite sterilant, use with adulticide early in the season, ovicidal activity IRM – 1 use per season Comments Mites (eggs and immatures) Primary Target Pests Registered in 2004 Label Status Valent Company IGR – MOA unclassified Class Etoxazole ( V-1283) Common Name
    • Prolex Comments Beet armyworm, lygus, fall armyworm Primary Target Pests Registered in 2004 Label Status Dow Agrosciences Company 4 th generation pyrethroid Class Gamma cyhalothrin Common Name
    • FujiMite Comments Mites Primary Target Pests Approved June ‘04 Label Status Nichino America Company Class Fenpyroximate Common Name
    • Ignite Novel MOA, controls wide spectrum of weeds, quick kill. FiberMax varieties Comments Preplant Burn-down or Hooded in all cottons & Over the top in LibertyLink Use Registered in 2004 Label Status Bayer Cropscience Company Inhibits glutamine synthetase Class Glufosinate ammonium Common Name
    • Valor SX Chateau (CA & AZ) Comments Winter weed control, burn down, preplant, preemergence, layby and in-season cotton use Use Registered in April, 2004 Label Status Valent Company Class Flumioxazin Active Name
    • Envoke Major broadleaf weeds and sedges Comments Post emergence weed control after 5 th leaf, post directed Use Reg. 2004 Label Status Syngenta Company PPO inhibitor Class Trifloxysulfuron sodium Common Name
    • Suprend For post-directed and lay-by applications Timing Broad spectrum herbicide that provides contact & extended control of many tough weeds Use Registered Label Status Syngenta Company Class Trifloxysulfuron sodium & prometryn Premix
    • Sequence Comments Foliar systemic herbicide with residual weed control Use Registered Label Status Syngenta Company Glyphosate & Dual (S-metalachlor) Premix
    • Dynasty CST Seed treatment for seedling diseases Maxim – Fusarium & Rhizoconia Apron XL- Pythium Azoxystrobin- pre & post damping off Use Launch 2006 Label Status Syngenta Company Fludioxonil (Maxim) Mefenoxam (Apron XL) Azoxystrobin 3-Way Premix
    • Gaucho Grande Seed treatment , higher rate of imidacloprid Comments Aphids & thrips Primary Target Pests Registered Label Status Bayer CropScience/ Gustafson Company Neonicitinoid Class Imidacloprid Common Name
    • Plant Protection Products
      • Nearing Registration
      • 9 products
    • Carbine Launch 2006 Comments Plant bugs, fleahopper Primary Target Pests Expect mid-to-late 2005; Label Status ISK/FMC Company New class of chemistry Class Flonicamid ( FMC 1785) Common Name
    • S- 1812 (No Trade Name) Demo in ’05, Launch in ‘06 Comments Leps Primary Target Pests Very near registration on cotton Label Status Valent Company New MOA, not released Class Pyradalyl Common Name
    • Venom Demo in ’05, launch in ‘06 Comments aphids Primary Target Pests Very near registration on cotton Label Status Valent Company neonicitinoid Class Dinotefuran; V1283 Common Name
    • BAS 320 I Comments Broad spectrum lep activity; Researching plant bug activity Primary Target Pests Late 2006; sales 2007 Label Status BASF Company Semicarbizone Class Metaflumizone Common Name
    • Blizzard Is PPO inhibitor (related to AIM and ET) Comments Defoliant Use Project early 2005 Label Status Crompton Company PGR/Defoliant Class Fluthiacet-methyl Common Name
    • STAN (Seed Treatment Against Nematodes) Seed treatment Comments Nematodes Primary Target Pests Launch 2006 Label Status Syngenta Company Class Abamectin Common Name
    • Topsin M Mature fungicide used in more than 25 crops for 25 years Comments Reduce Hard Lock Primary Target Pests Pending Label Status Cerexagri Company Class Thiophanate-methyl Common Name
    • Oberon IRM tool - new chemistry and MOA Comments Mites and whiteflies Primary Target Pests Project early 2005 Label Status Bayer CropScience Company Ketoenols Class Spiromesifen Common Name
    • New Product Summary
      • 5 Biotech products
        • 3 insect protected
        • 2 herbicide tolerant
      • 11 New registered products
      • 9 Nearing Registration
    • Variety of New Products
      • Biotech for insects and weeds
      • Insecticides
      • Miticides
      • Herbicides
      • Defoliant
      • Fungicides
      • Nematacide
      • Seed treatments
    • Acknowledgements:
      • Gerret Van Duyn – NCC
      • Dr. Jack Reed – Miss. State Univ.
      • Companies