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For herbicides, multiple modes of action matter.

By Luke Peters, corn herbicides product manager, Dow AgroSciences

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you know 13 states, including Illinois, Indiana and Missouri, have confirmed herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth in cornfields?*

Palmer amaranth is on a growing list of highly competitive weeds that often are resistant to herbicides. Because of spreading resistance issues, implementing management strategies is vital to its prevention.

Using a herbicide with multiple modes of action is an ideal way to manage herbicide-resistant weeds in your field. It’s an effective strategy because weeds resistant to a specific mode of action can be targeted by the other modes of action. SureStart® II herbicide contains three nonglyphosate modes of action, which means it controls weeds in three ways to give corn the clean start it needs. 

With its powerful residual control coupled with multiple modes of action, SureStart® II controls high-anxiety and resistant weeds, including Palmer amaranth, giant ragweed, waterhemp and marestail.

For information on planning a powerful herbicide program, visit GetMoreTime.com.

*Heap, I. 2014. The International Survey of Herbicide Resistant Weeds. http://www.weedscience.org/summary/home.aspx

®Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) or an affiliated company of Dow. SureStart and SureStart II are not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. SureStart and SureStart II are not available for sale, distribution or use in Nassau and Suffolk counties in the state of New York. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. Always read and follow label directions. ©2014 Dow AgroSciences LLC

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