New Herbicides From Syngenta and Gowan

Products coming down the pike

Published in the May 2009 Issue Published online: May 03, 2009 Herbicide, New Products Tyler J. Baum, Editor
Viewed 97 time(s)

SYNGENTA

Boundary 6.5EC herbicide contains the active ingredients S-metolachlor and metribuzin, and is a soil-applied, early-season herbicide that optimizes weed control while offering excellent crop tolerance and rotation flexibility. Growers using Boundary 6.5EC can extend their post application window four to seven weeks after planting to keep fields clean and protect crop yields.

Boundary 6.5EC can be applied as a pre-emergence or post-emergence treatment. When applied pre-emergence, the recommended rates are from 1.5 to 2.9 pints per acre. The recommended application rates for post-emergence use are 1.5 to 2.2 pints per acre.

For soil with organic matter between 3 percent and 10 percent, do not exceed 5.1 pints per acre per year; applications to soil with organic matter under 3 percent should not exceed 4.95 pints per acre per year.

Do not apply Boundary 6.5EC after June 30 in Idaho, Oregon or Washington if treated land will be planted to a crop other than potatoes in the fall. Do not use Boundary 6.5EC in California.

Weeds controlled by Boundary 6.5EC: Annual broadleaves: Anoda (Spurred), Bristly Starbur, Carpetweed, Common Chickweed, Common Lambsquarters, Common Purslane, Field Pennycress, Florida Beggarweed, Florida Pusley, Galinsoga spp., Henbit, Hophornbeam Copperleaf, Jimsonweed, Knotweed spp., Ladysthumb, Mustard spp., Pennsylvania Smartweed, Pigweed spp., Prickly Lettuce, Prickly Sida, Redweed, Russian Thistle, Sesbania spp., Shepherd's Purse, Sicklepod, Spotted Spurge, Teaweed Sida, Venice Mallow, Virginia Pepperweed, Waterhemp spp.; Annual grasses: Annual Bluegrass, Barnyardgrass, Broadleaf Signalgrass, Crabgrass spp., Crowfootgrass, Fall Panicum, Foxtail spp., Goosegrass, Junglerice, Prairie Cupgrass, Red Rice, Southwestern Cupgrass, Witchgrass; Sedges: Yellow Nutsedge.

GOWAN

Gowan Company, LLC has launched Vida Herbicide under a marketing agreement with Nichino America, Inc. Vida contains the active ingredient pyraflufen-ethyl.

Effective immediately, Gowan Company will market Vida Herbicide in the Pacific Northwest, Northern Plains, Midwest and Northeastern United States. Vida Herbicide is a highly effective broadleaf herbicide currently registered for use in burndown, post emergence corn, soybeans, wheat and potato desiccation segments.

There is minimal soil residual with Vida Herbicide allowing for favorable plant back intervals when used as a burndown treatment prior to planting.

This marketing agreement will further strengthen the presence of Gowan Company in the cereals, vegetable and row crop markets while laying the foundation for future product development.

Current Issue

October 2014 Issue

Subscribe now and save!
Print
Subscription
Digital
Issues

view all ads