Scott Culley, Syngenta research and development scientist, talks about the new corn herbicide that was tested as SYN-A197 and should be registered for 2015 use. It has four active ingredients, one of them completely new, which allows it to control broadleaf weeds and grasses either pre-emerge or post-emerge.
SYN-A197 corn herbicide up for registration
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