There are many insecticide seed treatment combinations available on commercial field corn seed. Although there are only 4 main active insecticide ingredients involved (imidacloprid, thiamethoxam, clothianidin, and chlorantraniliprole), there are currently at least 20 different trade names with different combinations and amounts of active ingredient per seed. The chart provided here (see below) was created as a collaborative effort by corn entomologists from across the southeast. It shows the combination and rate of the active ingredients of each product and the relative efficacy against the most common soil pests. Because of the diversity of soil pests of corn in Virginia—depending on location, soil type, crop rotation system and history of pests—product selection should be made to fit each situation. This chart can be used to select the most effective product for the most common pests of a particular field. For example, if seed corn maggot has been a chronic pest, at least 8 products are ranked as Excellent (E rating on the chart) for controlling that pest—compared with only two products that provide Excellent control of wireworm. Hopefully this chart will be helpful when selecting the best insecticide seed treatments for next year’s field corn crop.