Broad-spectrum Control of Grassy and Broadleaf Weeds in Field Corn, Pre-emergent or Post-emergent
Corn growers depend on the excellent broad-spectrum weed control of DuPont™ Battalion® herbicide. It controls many grassy and broadleaf weeds in field corn, pre-emergent or post-emergent, and its three modes of action make for smart resistance management.
Outstanding early season weed control:
Battalion® can be applied to field corn before the crop emerges or post-emergently from the spike to 3-leaf stage of corn. For hybrids <2500 CHU, apply pre-emergence only, for hybrids >2500 CHU you can apply either pre- or post-emergence. Refer to the label for specific hybrid instructions.
Wide range of broadleaf and grassy weeds:
The broadleaf weeds include: cleavers, corn spurry, cow cockle, Eastern black nightshade, green smartweed, lady’s-thumb, lamb’s-quarters, ragweed (common, false and giant), redroot pigweed, Russian pigweed, sow-thistle (top growth) (Canada, perennial), tartary buckwheat, velvetleaf, wild buckwheat and wild mustard.
Grassy weeds controlled by Battalion® include barnyard grass, fall panicum, green foxtail, large (hairy) crabgrass, old witchgrass, quackgrass (suppression), smooth crabgrass and yellow foxtail.
Helps with resistance management:
With three modes of action (Groups 2, 4 and 15), Battalion® is also an effective tool for resistance management.
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