SEEDS AND SEEDLINGS OF SORGHUM
For the protection of Seeds and Seedlings of Field Corn, Sweet Corn and Popcorn against Damping-Off, Seed Decay caused by Pythium; also for protection of seed against Seed Corn Beetle, Seed Corn Maggot, Wireworm, White Grub, Flea Beetle (up to first true leaf), and Imported Fire Ants.
For the protection of Seeds and Seedlings of Sorghum against Damping-Off, Seed Decay caused by Pythium; also for suppression against Wireworm, Seed Corn Maggot, true White Grub, and protection of seed against Imported Fire Ants.
Concur may be used on seed previously treated with a full dosage of protective fungicide to give added protection against Pythium damping-off or seed decay. Note: Adjust the seed drill or planter to give the required rate of seed delivery with treated seed. Regularly inspect planter plates and clean as required. At the end of each day, clean the electric-eye monitors as directed by the manufacturer. Important: Treated seed must not be used for or mixed with food or animal feed, or processed for oil. Treat only those seeds needed for immediate use, minimizing the interval between treatment and planting. Do not store excess treated seed beyond planting time.
SEEDS AND SEEDLINGS OF SORGHUM:
Mixing Instructions: (1.5 oz canister) Use as a dry mixture in the planter box as a seed treatment prior to planting. Apply Concur to seed at planting time with the canister applicator tube system.
Sorghum: Apply one 1.5 oz. canister per 30 pounds of seed.
For best results, fill planter box with seed, add Concur through applicator tube and mix so that all seeds are covered. DO NOT MIX WITH BARE HANDS. Use only at the recommended rate. Lower amounts may not give desired control.
Mixing Instructions: (28.8 oz. jar)
Sorghum: Use at a rate of 1.8 oz. per 36 pounds of Sorghum.
Use as a dry mixture in the planter box as a seed treatment prior to planting. For best results, fill planter box half full of seed, add half the required amount of Concur and mix thoroughly with a stick or paddle.
Add remainder of the seed and Concur and mix again so that all seed are covered. DO NOT MIX WITH BARE HANDS. Use only at recommended rate. Lower amounts may not give desired control.