Corteva Agriscience Reveals the Latest Innovation in Cereals Weed Control

Weeds in freshly planted wheat field. Photo: Oklahoma State University

A new postemergence herbicide combining the next generation of broadleaf weed control with an industry-leading graminicide is primed to change the game for wheat and barley producers battling tough weeds. Rezuvant herbicide with Arylex active has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approval and is expected to be available in time for the 2021 spring wheat crop.

“Rezuvant herbicide elevates cross-spectrum weed control performance for cereal growers by combining three leading active ingredients for application flexibility and proven performance in one convenient premix,” said Brooklynne Dalton, U.S. Product Manager, Cereals Herbicides, Corteva Agriscience. “Rezuvant herbicide gives growers a straightforward solution to keep fields clean.”

With three powerful active ingredients — pinoxaden, fluroxypyr and Arylex active — Rezuvant herbicide provides consistent control of your toughest broadleaf weeds, including kochia, marestail and common ragweed. Rezuvant herbicide also controls problem grasses, such as Italian ryegrass, foxtail, Persian darnel and wild oats, including Group 2-resistant biotypes.

Other key benefits of Rezuvant herbicide include:

  • Stability across a wide range of temperatures, enabling early season applications even in the most northern U.S. locations
  • Improved weed resistance management with the combination of Group 1 and Group 4 chemistries
  • Application flexibility from two-leaf to flag leaf emergence
  • Tank-mix compatibility with other crop protection products
  • Favorable crop rotation flexibility

To learn more about Rezuvant herbicide, visit Corteva.us or contact your local Corteva Agriscience territory manager.




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