Coragen Flyer

Realise a better selection
in pest management.
Broad spectrum of crops
Potential for fewer products in your shed makes Coragen® a better selection
Quick stop feeding activity
Helping develop your yield potential makes Coragen® a better selection
Safe to most beneficial insects
Protecting your crop more efficiently and effectively makes Coragen® a better
Air and Ground application
Flexibility in application methods makes Coragen® a better selection
Nil PPE requirements and non-scheduled poison
Peace of mind for your farm and workers makes Coragen® a better selection
Pests targeted by Coragen®
Coragen® is safe to most key beneficial insects
Refer to back for comprehensive list of crops and pests.
These include predatory mites, parasitic wasps, spiders,
lacewings, damsel bugs, ladybeetles and bees making it an
ideal tool for Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs.
Coragen® Mode of Action
Coragen® also targets eggs and larvae when they hatch,
through the larvae ingesting the Coragen® treated egg case.
Primary route of exposure – Ingestion
Rapidly stops feeding within minutes
General lethargy
Muscle paralysis
Death within 72 hrs
Translaminar Activity
• Coragen® Insecticide applied to the surface moves into
the leaf and protects the under side of the leaf.
• Enhanced crop protection – on both sides of the leaf
(e.g. inside of the wrapper leaf of leafy vegetables).
• Enhanced rainfastness – movement into the plant tissue
makes Coragen® less vulnerable to wash off.
Pack size and application
• 1 L = 10 ha
• Coragen® insecticide can be applied by air using both
fixed wing and helicopter aircraft.
Coragen® O, H & S Properties
• Coragen® is not a scheduled poison
• No re-entry interval (REI) required
• Personal Protective Equipment is not mandatory.
Rotate with Avatar®
DuPont™ Avatar® insecticide is the ideal rotational partner.
Many growers use Avatar® early in the season and save
Coragen® for two to three applications (maximum of two
consecutively) as the crop matures.
• Coragen® is rainfast within two hours.
Soybean looper
Potato moth
Cabbage leaf miner
(Liriomyza brassicae)
Cucumber moth
(Diaphania indica)
Eggfruit caterpillar
(Sceliodes cordalis)
Diamondback moth
(Plutella xylostella)
Cluster caterpillar
(Spodoptera litura)
Cabbage white
butterfly (Pieris rapae)
Cabbage cluster
caterpillar (Crocidolomia
Cabbage-centre grub
(Hellula hydralis)
Native budworm
(Helicoverpa punctigera)
Cotton bollworm
(Helicoverpa armigera)
Leaf miners
Tomato leaf miner
Brassica vegetables including:
Broccoli Brussels sprout Cabbage
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Brassica leafy vegetables
Buk choy Chinese broccoli
(Gai lum,Gai lan,Kai lan), Chinese
cabbage (Pet sai, Wombok,
Haksukai) Choy sum Gai choy,
Am soy Kai choy Kale Mibuna
Leafy mustard including Indian
mustard and Mustard spinach
(Komatsuma) Pak choy Tat soy
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Stalk & Stem vegetables,
Celery Rhubarb
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lettuce), including: Cress Endive
Silverbeet Spinach
ü ü Lettuce (leaf and closed head
ü ü Fruiting vegetables (excluding
Cucurbits), including:
Capsicum Egg plant Peppers
Tomato (trellis and field)
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Cucumbers Melons Pumpkin
Squash Zucchini
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Green beans Green peas
Processing peas Snow peas
Sugar snap peas
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Sweet corn
ü For any further information please contact:
QLD: QLD: NSW: VIC/TAS: SA/NT: WA: Doug McCollum
Kent Bell
Angus Wilson
Greg Bennett
Nick Weckert
Jim Brussen
0427 270 708
0408 780 680
0428 783 004
0429 009 909
0417 377 404
0447 055 570
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Avatar® and Coragen® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates. Du Pont (Australia) Pty Ltd. 7 Eden Park Drive,
Macquarie Park NSW 2113. ACN 000 716 469.