Give the weeds something they can’t resist.
Whether it’s a pre-seed/pre-emergent burndown or in-crop weed control, BASF offers unique chemistries and multiple modes of effective action to complement your herbicide resistance strategy.
Apply Heat® LQ herbicide tank mixed with a pre-seed/pre-emergent application of glyphosate and/or Engenia® herbicide.1 Follow up with an in-crop application of Viper® ADV herbicide.
1 Apply Engenia to dicamba-tolerant Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans only.
Tank mixed with your in-crop glyphosate, Viper® ADV offers two modes of alternative action. For broad-spectrum control of later germinating broadleaf weeds and grasses, including lamb’s quarters, volunteer canola and biotypes resistant to glyphosate and Group 2 chemistry.
The Group 15 chemistry of Zidua™ SC herbicide delivers residual control of key annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including resistant biotypes, in field corn and herbicide-tolerant soybeans.
The ultimate pre-seed burndown with extended residual activity on key grassy and broadleaf weeds.
Heat LQ (pre-seed)
Tank mixed with your pre-seed or pre-emergent glyphosate, Heat® LQ uses its unique Group 14 chemistry for burndown of tough broadleaf weeds, including Group 2- and glyphosate-resistant biotypes. Benefit from its rapid action, quick absorption and convenient liquid formulation.
An advanced formulation of dicamba with lower volatility properties, Engenia® offers an additional mode of action for control of tough broadleaf weeds, including Group 2- and glyphosate-resistant biotypes. For Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® dicamba-tolerant soybeans only.
Next up: Insect Management
Insects can cause serious losses in soybean quality and yield. By using the right management strategy, growers can prevent or minimize the damage caused by harmful insects to help realize the full potential of their crops.
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