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Whether it’s a pre-plant/pre-emergent burndown or in-crop weed control, BASF offers unique chemistries and multiple modes of action to complement your herbicide resistance strategy.
Select the approach that best suits your needs.
For the 1-pass approach, select from Optill® or Conquest® LQ herbicides and tank mix with Prowl® H2O or Frontier® Max herbicides. Apply pre-plant/pre-emergence.
For the 2-pass approach, apply your first pass of Prowl H2O or Frontier Max herbicide pre-plant/pre-emergence followed by Clean Sweep® herbicide in-crop.
Uses Group 14 and Group 2 chemistries for rapid burndown and residual control of tough broadleaf weeds, including Canada fleabane, ragweed, pigweed and resistant biotypes.
Uses Group 5 and Group 2 chemistries to target a wide range of tough broadleaf weeds, including nightshade, velvetleaf and triazine-resistant biotypes. Benefit from its application rate flexibility.
Provides early-season control and residual activity on annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including lamb’s quarters and redroot pigweed. Even works on lighter soil types.
Delivers season-long control with residual activity on annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including redroot pigweed, Eastern black nightshade and resistant biotypes.
Provides effective, post-emergent control of emerged broadleaf weeds and grasses on contact. Take advantage of its residual activity for lasting control through the critical period for weed control.
Next up: Disease Management
Disease isn’t just cosmetic. Under the right conditions, septoria brown spot, frogeye leaf spot and white mold can lead to reduced yield and quality. Preventative measures are key to effective disease management.