RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. - The Environmental Protection Agency recently approved several label updates for Laudis(R) herbicide from Bayer CropScience.
Label updates include:
Laudis was introduced in 2008 and has become a proven performer against grass and broadleaf weeds such as ragweeds, lambsquarters, velvetleaf, waterhemp and woolly cupgrass in corn fields. The success of Laudis is due in part to its proprietary safener technology, meaning Laudis ensures crop safety while providing consistent weed control.
"We heard a lot of positive feedback from growers and retailers that used Laudis in 2008," said Jeff Springsteen, Bayer CropScience corn and soybean selective herbicides marketing manager. "While it was already easy to use, these label updates further increase the flexibility of Laudis in 2009."
SOURCE: Bayer CropScience.