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Welcome to the CoreTect TM Tree and Shrub Tablet Introductory Webinar. Presented by Bayer Environmental Science. Presenting on behalf of Bayer Environmental Science:. Joe Burke Business Manager, Insecticides Nate Royalty Product Development Manager, Insecticides.

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Welcome to the

CoreTectTM Tree and Shrub Tablet

Introductory Webinar

Presented by

Bayer Environmental Science


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Presenting on behalf of Bayer Environmental Science:

Joe Burke Business Manager, Insecticides

Nate Royalty Product Development Manager, Insecticides


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Protect and Nourish Valuable Plants.Protect and Grow Your Business.

  • The Goals of this Presentation:

  • Highlight the benefits of using CoreTectTMTree and Shrub Tablets

  • Present you with the most up-to-date technical information


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Tablets and ornamental pests

  • Positioning is focused on PROTECTION

    • Abiotic factors (Drought, Heat, Poor soils)

    • Biotic factors (Insects, and related conditions from their attack)

    • Beneficial plant health and growth effects on trees and shrubs

  • Targeting multiple markets

    • Landscape contractors (design/build/install firms: new landscapes)

    • Lawn and landscape service providers (existing landscapes)

    • Arborists and Foresters (good fit for difficult-to-treat areas)


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Tablets and ornamental pests

2.5 gram tablets with 20% active ingredient plus fertilizer

  • Systemic action with same ingredient as MERIT

  • Applied directly to soil. No water or spray tanks needed

  • Controlled-release for extended insect control

  • Promotes growth and mediates stress



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Get Season Long, Powerful Insect Control and ornamental pestsThe controlled release properties of CoreTect Tablets allow for outstanding residual control of damaging insect pests and more:


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Labeled Pests: CoreTect Tablet, and ornamental pestsLandscaper and Arborist Markets


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Adults, May 5 ‘06 and ornamental pests

Adults, May 14 ‘07

Eggs, May 14 ‘07

CoreTect vs. hawthorn lacebug

Connecticut, 2006-2007 (Cowles)

40

125

Applied March 31 ’06

32

100

24

75

# adults / 2 minutes

# eggs / shoot

16

50

8

25

0

0

CoreTect

Merit 2F

Untreated


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CoreTect vs. Japanese beetle on roses and ornamental pests

Minnesota, 2006 (Krishik)

100

90

80

Applied 14 June ’05

70

60

50

5 Oct ‘05

Percent Survivorship

7 Oct ‘06

40

30

20

10

0

2.5 G

20g

Control

2F,

6 ml/in

CoreTect,

1 tablet / in dbh

CoreTect,

2 tablets / in dbh


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350 and ornamental pests

a

300

250

200

150

a

a

100

B

50

A

A

b

b

a

a

A

a

0

Merit 75 WSP

½ CoreTect (3 tablets),

½ Merit

CoreTect (3 tablets)

Untreated

CoreTect (3 tablets / in dbh) vs. hemlock woolly adelgid

20-36 in dbh, Georgia, 2007-2008 (Dalusky)

- applied 1 May ‘07

- assessed 9 MAT

mean number HWA

mean % infestation

mean HWA per 10cm twig


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Tablets and ornamental pests

  • Positioning is focused on PROTECTION

    • Abiotic factors (Drought, Heat, Poor soils)

    • Biotic factors (Insects, and related conditions from their attack)

    • Beneficial plant health and growth effects on trees and shrubs

  • Targeting multiple markets

    • Landscape contractors (design/build/install firms: new landscapes)

    • Lawn and landscape service providers (existing landscapes)

    • Arborists and Foresters (good fit for difficult-to-treat areas)


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Fosters Greater Stress Tolerance and ornamental pests

CoreTect:Growth AND Stress-mediation

Promotes strong root growth

CoreTect

Untreated

Treated

Control

Impact on drought tolerance of gardenia

Australia, 2006 (Einam)

Impact on root growth on pine

Clayton, NC 2006 (9 MAT)


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100 and ornamental pests

75

50

25

0

Stress depletes the energy of the cell

Efficient photosynthesis

{

Vegetative growth

Root growth

Flowering and reproduction

Nutrient uptake

{

Vegetative growth slows

No flowering or fruiting

Energy level in the cell

Poor nutrient uptake

Photosynthesis stops or slows

Point of irreversible

damage

{

Leaf desiccation

Long

-

term stoppage of growth

Plant susceptible to disease

Wilting and death


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Imidacloprid and ornamental pests

Stress ‘Shield’ with Imidacloprid

How it works on Abiotic Stress?

6-CNA

PNC1

Nicotinamide

NPT1

NAD+- Salvage Pathway:

Plants convert low energy nicotinamide back into high energy NAD+ in a four-step rescue pathway

NMA

1&2

NAD+

QNS1

Bayer Bioscience


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Pathogenesis Related Protein 1Precursor and ornamental pests

Pathogenesis Related Protein PRB 1-3

Regulator of Pathogenicity Factors

  • Pathogenesis Related Protein 1Precursor

  • Pathogenesis Related Protein PRB 1-3

  • Regulator of Pathogenicity Factors

Thaumatin-Like Protein TLP7

Pathogenesis Related Protein (HV-1A)

Pathogenesis Related Protein (HV-1A)

Pathogenesis Related Protein Precursor

  • Thaumatin-Like Protein TLP7

  • Pathogenesis Related Protein (HV-1A)

  • Pathogenesis Related Protein (HV-1A)

  • Pathogenesis Related Protein Precursor

Imidacloprid Triggers Pathogen Defense Gene Expression in Drought-stressed BarleyRC Jülich/ BCS P. Eckes

Confidor

Untreated

No watering

No watering


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  • CoreTect – Induced Stress Tolerance (IST) and ornamental pests

  • Abiotic Stress–Merit helps the plant utilize energy more efficiently (NAD+ salvage pathway). The plant has enough energy to fight off the toxic effects of stress, without cutting into the energy needed for growth and flowering.

  • 2) Biotic Stress–Merit triggers the production of enzymes that help the plant fight disease.


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CoreTect – Impact on drought tolerance of viburnum and ornamental pests

North Carolina, 2007 (Royalty)

CoreTect

Untreated

12 DA water shutoff


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CoreTect and ornamental pests

Untreated

Eucalyptus, Tasmania 2005 (3 Years after Plant)


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Effect of Imidacloprid on growth of treated maples and ornamental pests

Tennessee, 2005-2006 (Oliver)

14

70

12

60

10

50

8

40

Trunk Diameter (cm)

Tree Height (cm)

6

30

4

20

2

10

0

0

CoreTect

2 tabs/inch

Dursban

Untreated

CoreTect

2 tabs/inch

Dursban

Untreated

cv ‘Red Sunset’

cv ‘Autumn Flame’

Trunk Diameter

Tree Height


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Effect of CoreTect Tablets on growth of pine trees and ornamental pests

Clayton, NC 2005-2006

140

120

100

80

Height (cm)

60

40

20

0

Feb-05

Apr-05

Jun-05

Aug-05

Oct-05

Dec-05

Feb-06

Apr-06

Jun-06

Aug-06

Oct-06

UNTREATED

CoreTect, 1 tablet per plant

CoreTect W/O fertilizer, 1 tablet per plant

Talstar 120 G/A/HA

Fertilizer


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CoreTect and ornamental pests


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More than an insecticide. and ornamental pestsAn investment in healthy trees and shrubs.

Outstanding residual insect control

+

Improved stress tolerance

+

Growth Promotion

=

Healthier trees and shrubs


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The benefits of Healthier Trees and Shrubs... and ornamental pests

  • Increased Survivorship

  • Fewer call backs

  • Happier customers


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Trade Ad and ornamental pests


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Free Sample Program and ornamental pests


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Questions? and ornamental pestsComments?

Joe Burke, Business Manager, InsecticidesBayer Environmental SciencePhone: (919) 549-2541Email: [email protected]

Nate Royalty, Product Development ManagerInsecticidesBayer Environmental SciencePhone: (919) 549-2532Email: [email protected]


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