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There are countless combinations of herbicides that can be utilized. We recommend connecting with your local chemical supplier to see what they offer and to discuss which products work best in your region.
Farmers may choose to use glyphosate as a pre-plant burndown to help control weeds before planting. When applying glyphosate as a pre-plant burndown, it is important to follow label instructions and best practices for application to ensure optimal results.
Some alternatives to glyphosate for pre-plant burndown include some combination of:
2,4-D, Acuron, Aim, atrazine, Balance Flexx, Corvus, dicamba, DiFlexx DUO, Fierce, glyphosate, Landmaster II, Sharpen, Verdict, etc.
Pre-emergent herbicides can prevent weed seeds from germinating and reduce the overall weed pressure in your fields.
- S-metolachlor – e.g. Dual II Magnum®
- acetochlor + atrazine – e.g. Harness®
- dimethenamid-P – e.g. Outlook®
- mesotrione – e.g. Callisto®
dicamba – e.g. Status® –
mesotrione – e.g. Callisto® –
dimethenamid-P – e.g. Outlook® –
tembotrione – e.g. Laudis® –
topramezone – e.g. Impact® –
nicosulfuron – e.g. Accent® Q, Primero (generic) –
S-rimsulfuron + mesotrione – e.g. Realm® Q – (certain annual grasses)
S-metolachlor – e.g. Dual II Magnum® – (small-seeded broadleaf weeds)
acetochlor – e.g. Harness® – (small-seeded broadleaf weeds)