When Cereal Growers Face a Tough Lineup of Tricky Weeds, They Count on Triton® C for Outstanding Control
DuPont™ Triton® C herbicide controls a unique spectrum of broadleaf weeds including cleavers, stork’s-bill, annual sow-thistle, round-leaved mallow and narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard.
Triton® C is registered for use in spring wheat, durum, feed barley and malt barley. With active ingredients from Groups 2 and 4, it also helps manage resistance.
Triton® C can also be tank-mixed to address unique weed challenges.Tank-mix options include DuPont™ Harmony® Grass, Axial®, Everest® and more.
Axial(R) is a registered trademark of Syngenta Company. Everest(R) is a registered trademark of Arysta LifeScience North America LLC.
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Weed resistance can threaten the long-term viability of any herbicide option. It’s important for growers to protect these tools. Research from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada shows that using herbicides with multiple groups in a single spray is one of the best ways to manage weed resistance.
Research by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at the University of Saskatchewan show that DuPont™ Solumax® soluble granule technology offers growers simplified tank cleanout. That can save time and effort in the field.
Many of the DuPont™ sulfonylurea (SU) herbicides are powered by Solumax® soluble granules, giving you all the convenience and benefits of a dry herbicide that works like a liquid.
Dry herbicides are compact and easy to handle. Liquid herbicides are easy to mix and clean out of your tank. With herbicides Powered by DuPont™ Solumax® soluble granules, you can get the best of both worlds.
Good weed control is an important element in growing high quality malt barley. DuPont™ Triton® C is now registered for use in malt barley to control a unique spectrum of weeds including cleavers, round-leaved mallow, hemp-nettle and narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard.
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