Syngenta’s Divanem receives registration in California

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Syngenta’s Divanem nematicide is now registered in California.

The nematicide is designed to manage plant parasitic nematodes, such as lance, root knot and sting.

“By offering Divanem to superintendents in California, we are meeting their needs for reliable nematode control and improved aesthetics and playability for their courses,” said Stephanie Schwenke, turf market manager at Syngenta. “Since being introduced in other states in 2016, Divanem has become an integral part of agronomic programs to help control these elusive, but very damaging pests.”

With the nematicide active ingredient of abamectin, Divanem helps improve root growth and drought tolerance, resulting in enhanced turf quality through broad-spectrum control of nematodes on golf course tees, greens and fairways, according to the company.

Divanem is available in a package containing two 0.5-gallon jugs and qualifies for yearlong savings as part of the GreenTrust 365 program, which runs until Dec. 7, 2018. It’s also available as part of a Multipak with one 0.5-gallon of Divanem and five 1-pound bottles of Heritage Action.

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