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Protect corn yields from weeds

MISSISSAUGA - Growers still have time to protect corn from weeds.

For growers who did not apply a pre-emerge herbicide, options are still available to control weeds.

Applying a post-emerge herbicide can manage existing weeds and provide residual weed control for later germinating weeds.

Growers should consider using an herbicide that delivers activity on multiple weed types to maximize the application, such as Armezontm. It provides knockdown on grasses and broadleaf weeds and is safe for use on field, seed and sweet corn.

To address resistance and performance concerns, growers should consider using multiple modes of action in their herbicide application.

Armezontmis delivers a high level of crop safety, and features a low-use rate of only 15 mL/ac.

For more information on Armezontm on corn, visit

June 15, 2012


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