Glyphosate-resistant kochia is a problem weed that keeps cropping up. From sugar beet fields in the Pacific Northwest to wheat fields in western Kansas, the tough weed flourishes throughout the western part of the U.S. How are you going to control it?
Scorch herbicide is specifically designed with glyphosate-resistant and dicamba-tolerant kochia in mind. In winter wheat trials, over-the-top applications of Scorch resulted in 100% kochia control for 3 months (92 days) after treatment. The kochia died and did not regrow.
Made with 2,4-D ester, dicamba acid and fluroxypyr, Scorch better handles challenging cool weather conditions than other formulations. Plus it can be tank mixed with many K salt herbicides, fertilizers and other products.
For more information about Scorch, view this product brochure online.