The Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™ today announced the name of the intended company once it is spun-off, which is expected to happen by June 1, 2019.
New DuPont™ Destra™ IS post-emergence corn herbicide delivers unsurpassed convenience and flexibility, making weed control hassle free. With two modes of action and a user-friendly dry formulation, it is the perfect glyphosate tank mix partner for one-pass broad-spectrum knockdown and residual control. Destra™ IS provides excellent crop safety even for short season areas.
New DuPont™ Sortan™ IS corn herbicide will allow growers in Western Canada to remove early season weed pressure, from weeds such as volunteer Roundup Ready® canola and wild buckwheat during the critical weed-free period to maximize yield and profits.
DuPont™ Acapela® fungicide now registered with an expanded rate for control of Sclerotinia in canola. Acapela® is also registered for control of key leaf diseases in pulses, cereals, soybeans and corn.
New markets are open to Canadian growers looking to benefit from the next generation of Group 7 fungicide for their fruit, vegetable and row crops. Japan has released Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for penthiopyrad, found in DuPont™ Fontelis® and DuPont™ Vertisan® fungicides.
DuPont announced that the PMRA has approved label additions allowing the use of DuPont™ Acapela® fungicide for the control of stripe rust in cereals, net blotch in barley and anthracnose in lentils.
DuPont today announced that the Pest Management Regulatory Agency PMRA has approved a label addition allowing the use of DuPont™ Acapela® fungicide in canola for sclerotinia control.
DuPont™ Lumiderm™ insecticide is a new seed treatment product for canola growers. Lumiderm™ contains the active ingredient cyantraniliprole, a novel Group 28, anthranilic diamide insecticide that controls cutworms and provides better consistency of flea beetle control across a broad range of environmental conditions.
Assure ® II is most effective herbicide to control foxtail barley in canola, flax and pulses, setting stage for cleaner wheat crop, say weed researchers.
Ontario growers can use data to improve quality and productivity.