The Watch: Brought to you by SmartStax® Technology



Corn rootworm pressure is climbing. These insects can ruin yields and eat up profits. To stay ahead of this billion-dollar bug, farmers are encouraged to act early and scout their fields for corn rootworm beetles.

To help, we’re offering a free* sticky trap starter kit and rewarding farmers who share their scouting stories with the chance to win** protection-minded prizes all through the summer. Stand your ground against corn rootworm by requesting your free traps below.

Prizes That Protect

Every week, you can be a winner. Enter The Watch for your chance to win these prizes.**

Grand Prize: 8-Channel Security System  

Alarm Security System

Stick Up Cam

The Watch Branded Neck Gaitor

How To Enter


for corn rootworm with a sticky trap starter kit.



a photo of you setting up the traps or checking them.



on Twitter and Facebook with #RootwormWatch and #contest.

NoPurchNec. Ends 8/4. Rules, eligibility and details:


The Power of SmartStax® PRO Technology

Corn rootworm can cost U.S. farmers an estimated $1 billion every season. To help combat this ongoing threat, farmers will have an extra tool in their arsenal: SmartStax® PRO Technology. It combines the proven benefits of SmartStax® Technology with a new, unique RNAi-based mode of action — becoming the first product with three modes of action for corn rootworm protection.

Start Scouting

Yellow sticky traps are your eyes on the ground. They're an easy way to estimate future corn rootworm populations in your fields. This kind of valuable information will help you make your trait decision and protect your fields. Here’s how to use your sticky trap starter kit:

Trap Instructions

Fold sticky trap


Place sticky trap on stalk


Suggested whole field trapping scheme

Watch an Instructional Video

Sign Up and Get Your Free* Sticky Trap Starter Kit

If you don’t already have traps, you can receive a free* trap starter kit that will enable you to scout for adult corn rootworm beetles. Sign up below to get your traps and be a leader in the movement against corn rootworm.