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Cheminova Launches Harrow Herbicide

Tue, 30 Sep 2014 12:00:34 CDT

Cheminova Launches Harrow Herbicide




Cheminova, Inc. announced the launch of HARROWTM Herbicide, a selective herbicide for use in field corn that provides both burndown and residual control of annual grass and broadleaf weeds. An affordable alternative to Basis® Blend herbicide, HARROW may be applied fallow, at preplant, preemergence and postemergence. It provides control of key weeds including annual bluegrass, foxtail, lambsquarters and velvetleaf.


“With HARROW, field corn growers have a flexible herbicide solution that may be used to control weeds at almost any time during the growing season,” said Ken Phelps, Product Manager, Cheminova, Inc. “In addition, HARROW complements our existing portfolio of sulfonylurea herbicides which has grown to include 12 products providing growers effective and affordable weed control across both row and specialty crops.”


The active ingredients in HARROW are rimsulfuron and thifensulfuron-methyl. HARROW will be packaged in 8 x 20 ounce bottles and is on sale September 25.


Use Sites/Labeled Crops: Field corn only – fallow, preplant, preemergence and postemergence
Weeds controlled
Alfalfa, volunteer
Barnyardgrass
Barley, volunteer
Bittercress
Bluegrass, annual
Brome, downy
Bushy wallflower
Buttercup, smallflower
Butterweed
Canada thistle
Carpetweed
Catchweed bedstraw
Chamomile, false
Chickweed, common and mouseear
Cocklebur
Crabgrass, large
Dandelion*
Deadnettle, purple
Fescue, tall*
Filaree, Redstem
Foxtail (bristly, Carolina, giant, green, yellow)
Hemlock, poison
Henbit
Jimsonweed
Johnsongrass, seedling*
Kochia
Lambsquarters
Marestail*
Millet, Wild Proso*
Morningglory, ivyleaf*
Mustard (birdrape, black, wild)
Nightshade* (hairy, black)
Panicum, fall
Parsnip, wild
Pennycress, field
Pigweed (prostrate, redroot, smooth)
Purslane, common*
Quackgrass*
Ragweed, common*
Russian thistle, seedling
Ryegrass, Italian*
Shattercane
Shepherdspurse
Signalgrass, broadleaf*
Smartsweeds, annual
Smartweed, Pennylvania*
Speedwell, corn
Stinkgrass*
Sunflower
Velvetleaf*
Wheat, volunteer
Wild Oats
Wild Radish
Woolly cupgrass
Yellow Nutsedge*
Yellow Rocket
*Partial control or suppression. See label for details on control of weeds in fallow, preplant, preemergence and postemergence


   

 

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