Rice: Gambit Herbicide Registered to Fight Sedge and Broadleaf Weeds

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Gowan Company has received Federal registration for Gambit herbicide.  Gambit contains the active ingredients halosulfuron and prosulfuron and is highly effective for sedge and broadleaf weed control in rice. In addition to Federal registration, Gowan has received state registrations in Arkansas, Louisiana and Missouri. State registrations have been filed, and are currently pending, in Texas and Mississippi.

Gowan brands Permit and Permit Plus have been effective and widely used herbicides in Midsouth rice production for many years.  Gambit offers even more comprehensive weed control including groundcherry, alligatorweed, and texasweed. In addition, Gambit adds over 50 additional broadleaf weeds to the spectrum covered by Permit Plus.


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