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It’s easy to resist one mode of action.
It’s harder when you’ve got multiple.

Within any population of weeds, there is genetic variability among individuals that allow them to resist certain herbicides. Repeatedly applying a single mode of action places selection pressure on the population, selecting for resistant biotypes. Left unmanaged, susceptible weeds disappear while resistant biotypes set seed and spread.

Bring multiple modes into the action.

Whether you’re looking to control resistant weeds or prevent the onset of new resistant biotypes, the key to both is using multiple modes of effective action. Ensure that the active ingredients deliver overlapping control of weeds present in your field, and use patterns are suitable for your needs. Apply at full label rates for optimal control.

1-pass solutions

Select Optill® or Conquest® LQ as your base herbicide for effective, broad-spectrum control of tough broadleaf weeds. Tank mix with either Prowl® H2O or Conquest® LQ herbicide for superior control of grasses and select broadleaf weeds tailored to your needs. Combined, they deliver three modes of action in one pass.

Optill

Uses Group 14 and Group 2 chemistries for rapid burndown and residual control of tough weeds, including Canada fleabane, ragweed, pigweed and resistant biotypes.

Conquest LQ

Uses Group 5 and Group 2 chemistries to target a wide range of tough weeds, including nightshade, velvetleaf and triazine-resistant biotypes. Benefit from its application rate flexibility.

Grass partner

Whether you want to get an early jump on grassy weeds or season-long control, there are no better tank mix partners available than Prowl H2O and Frontier Max.

Prowl H2O

Provides early-season control and residual activity on annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds that have not yet emerged, including lamb’s quarters and redroot pigweed. Works even on lighter soil types.

Frontier Max

Delivers season-long control with residual activity on annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including redroot pigweed, Eastern black nightshade and resistant biotypes.

2-pass solutions

Start with Prowl H2O or Frontier Max herbicides for effective, early season control of tough grasses and select broadleaf weeds. Follow up with a post-emergent application of Clean Sweep® herbicide, delivering season-long, broad-spectrum control of broadleaf weeds and grasses.

Prowl H2O

Provides early-season control and residual activity on annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including lamb’s quarters and redroot pigweed. Works even on lighter soil types.

Frontier Max

Delivers season-long control with residual activity on annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including redroot pigweed, Eastern black nightshade and resistant biotypes.

Clean Sweep

Uses Group 6 and Group 2 chemistries to deliver effective, in-crop control of emerged broadleaf weeds and grasses on contact. Its residual activity takes your soybeans right through the critical period for weed control.

A defining moment in your crop's yield potential.

During the critical period for weed control, competition for resources is greatest between soybeans and weeds. Left unchecked, this can severely impact your crop’s yield potential.

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.

Ways to weed out the competition.

Whether it’s the ultimate pre-plant/pre-emergent burndown or effective in-crop control, you’ll find solutions to keep your fields clean all season long.




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