Make the next move your weeds’ last.
Whether it’s a pre-plant/pre-emergent burndown or in-crop weed control, BASF offers unique chemistries and multiple modes of effective action to complement your herbicide resistance strategy.
Give your crop a clean start with Integrity® or Zidua™ SC herbicide. Follow up in-crop with Armezon® PRO, Armezon or Zidua SC herbicides for effective weed control all through the critical period.
1 Apply in tank mix with glyphosate.
Combines Group 14 and 15 chemistries to deliver early season control of key grass and broadleaf weeds, including velvetleaf. Take advantage of its excellent follow-crop flexibility.
Tank mixed with atrazine, Marksman® herbicide and/or glyphosate, Armezon® PRO herbicide combines Group 27 and Group 15 chemistries for fast-acting, broad-spectrum control of broadleaf weeds and grasses, with residual activity up until canopy closure.
Applied tank mixed with atrazine and/or glyphosate, Armezon herbicide uses innovative Group 27 chemistry for rapid control of key grasses and broadleaf weeds, including biotypes resistant to glyphosate, triazine and Group 2 chemistries.
Applied tank mixed with Marksman, Prowl® H2O herbicide delivers excellent residual control of annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds. Benefit from its flexible application timing.
Applied tank mixed with Armezon PRO or Prowl® H2O, Marksman delivers proven control of tough perennials, deep-rooted annuals and key broadleaf weeds, including velvetleaf, lamb’s quarters, ragweed and pigweed. Benefit from extended residual control of late-germinating weeds.
Tank mixed with Marksman or glyphosate, the innovative Group 15 chemistry of Zidua SC herbicide delivers residual control of key annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including resistant biotypes of common waterhemp and redroot pigweed.
Applied on field corn, this advanced formulation of dicamba delivers effective control of tough broadleaf weeds, including Group 2-, triazine- and glyphosate-resistant biotypes.
Next up: Disease Management
With tightened rotations, reduced tillage and disease pressure on the rise, a well-timed fungicide program is key to managing yield-robbing diseases, increasing growth efficiency and minimizing the effects of environmental stress.