Weeds are tough and resourceful. But so are you.

Weeds are competitive by nature, taking away water, nutrients and sunlight that your corn would otherwise need. That’s why it’s important to use multiple modes of effective action as part of an integrated management plan during the critical period for weed control.

Catch the yield-defining moment of your corn’s life.

There’s a point in the season when competition for resources is greatest between weeds and corn, severely impacting your crop’s yield potential. This period lasts from emergence up to the 6th leaf stage.1

1 Sikkema, 2016

Understanding the rise of resistance.

Every weed population has one or two individuals that can resist your herbicide’s mode of action. It’s a result of natural genetic variation, but weed management gets difficult when the resistant ones survive and spread.

Ways to keep your weeds in check.

Whether it’s pre-plant/pre-emergent burndown or in-crop control, you’ll find solutions to clear out tough weeds when it counts most.