See why Transform® WG insecticide gives growers the advantage.

The unique mode of action delivers more benefits.

Transform® WG insecticide features the active ingredient sulfoxaflor and is the only member of a new class of insecticides: Group 4C. This means Transform offers more benefits and options for cotton growers.

  • Effectively controls sap-feeding insects by contact and by feeding through translaminar activity, effectively reaching those out of the direct line of spray.
  • Delivers excellent residual activity.
  • Provides a needed rotation option for resistance management programs.
  • Exhibits no cross-resistance to insect pests resistant to neonicotinoids or any other class of chemistry.
  • Does not flare spider mites or aphids.
  • Has minimal impact on beneficial insects.

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Label Quick Facts

Active Ingredient: Sulfoxaflor
Insecticide Resistance Action Committee (IRAC) Group number: 4C
Application rate: 0.75 oz. to 2.25 oz./A
Re-entry Interval (REI): 24 hours
Preharvest Interval (PHI): 14 days
Insects controlled: Cotton aphid, cotton fleahopper, tarnished plant bug, western tarnished plant bug

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Transform® WG insecticide delivers a proven yield advantage.

Back-to-back applications of Transform at 1.5 oz./A at or near bloom provided a yield advantage approximately 75 percent of the time compared with other plant bug programs. Results are based on two years of data from key cotton consultants.

What growers say about Transform® WG insecticide.

“The back-to-back applications of Transform, for us, works better than anything we’ve found for controlling plant bugs.”
Les Goodson, Goodson Crop Consulting, Monette, Arkansas
“If Transform wasn’t available to us, we would have had to use several different harsher chemistries.”
Justin Hawkins, cotton grower, Leachville, Arkansas
“It’s hard to explain the devastation plant bugs can cause. We’ve used Transform for three years now and it’s never let us down.”
Scott Flowers, cotton grower, Dublin, Mississippi
“The residual control was better than anything else that we’ve used. It just seems to hold, and it works.”
Trent Felton, cotton grower, Marianna, Arkansas
“Transform is my go-to product in a systems approach to controlling plant bugs.”
Bob Griffin, Griffin Ag-Consulting, Jonesboro, Arkansas

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