Dow adds Surveil Co-pack bean herbicide
Difficult-to-control weeds and the need for rotational flexibility continue to challenge many soybean growers. Dow AgroSciences spokesmen say the company is committed to finding evolving solutions to help growers and that is why they have added a new co-pack herbicide, Surveil, to its line-up of herbicides.
Surveil Co-pack is a preemergence, residual product offering strong weed control for soybean growers in all geographies of the U.S.
“Crop production today is becoming more complicated than ever before,” said Dan Puck, portfolio marketing leader for soybean herbicides, Dow AgroSciences. “We’re always looking for opportunities to make growers’ lives easier.”
“New Surveil Co-pack herbicide features a powerful, double-protection barrier that is effective on today’s weeds that have been causing high-anxiety to growers. Puck said, “Surveil Co-pack is an especially effective tool for soybean producers facing glyphosate-resistant or hard-to-control weeds.”
With two non-glyphosate active ingredients—flumioxazin and cloransulam-methyl—Surveil Co-pack excels at controlling marestail, Palmer amaranth and a broad spectrum of other high-anxiety weeds. Surveil Co-pack herbicide provides excellent residual protection which prevents weeds from emerging after application. Lastly, Surveil Co-pack will provide the crop rotational flexibility desired by soybean growers across many regions.
For more information on Surveil Co-pack, go to www.SurveilHerbicide.com.
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