Freestyle® for Soybeans: Power and Flexibility for Early-Season Weed Control
Tough weeds in your soybeans? Show them who’s boss, with new DuPont™ Freestyle® herbicide: powerful, flexible early-season weed control for any soybean production system.
DuPont™ Freestyle® herbicide makes early-season weed control in soybeans simple and effective. It provides enhanced residual control of grass and broadleaf weeds, even many of the most troublesome weeds, including Eastern black nightshade.
Tank-mixing Freestyle® with your choice of glyphosate will deliver all the benefits you expect with Guardian® with added control of key weeds, including nightshade.
Freestyle® fits any soybean production system and allows you to manage based on what’s best for you and your crop. After all, you’re the boss.
In IP soybeans, Freestyle® brings the added power of imazethapyr, which is highly effective on nightshade.
In GT soybeans, Freestyle® helps you time your in-crop glyphosate application for maximum effectiveness. By keeping your crop clean during the pre–3rd trifoliate stages, there’s no rush to spray your in-crop glyphosate application.
Broad-spectrum, Residual Season-long Weed Control
Freestyle® delivers broad-spectrum control of key annual grass and broadleaf weeds, including hard-to-kill weeds such as dandelion and late-germinating weeds like Eastern black nightshade.
A Long-term Approach to Weed Resistance in GT Soybeans
Glyphosate-resistant weeds are a reality today, with several species already confirmed. By contributing a second mode of action to your glyphosate-tolerant soybean production system, Freestyle® helps you manage your crop for today and for the future.
Broadleaf weeds. Dandelion, lamb’s-quarters, redroot pigweed, smartweed, lady’s-thumb, wild mustard, velvetleaf, common ragweed, wild buckwheat, Eastern black nightshade, cocklebur1.
Annual grasses. Green foxtail, yellow foxtail, barnyard grass, old witchgrass, proso millet.
Additional hard-to-kill weeds2. Annual sow thistle, prickly lettuce, yellow nutsedge3.
For a pre-plant burndown application, apply Freestyle® up to 30 days before planting with any glyphosate for burndown and residual control.
For a pre-emergence application, apply Freestyle® up to 30 days before planting in conventional, reduced tillage or no-till soybeans.
1 Large-seeded weeds such as cocklebur, germinating deep in the soil, may not be fully controlled
2 Pre-plant burndown applications when tank-mixed with glyphosate
INFORMATION & IDEAS
DuPont Eastern Canada and Horticulture Product Guide for 2018
DuPont is proud to provide crop protection solutions that enable growers to maximize the yield and quality potential of their crops. We have many solutions to protect your crops from weeds, insects and disease, so you can make every acre count. Learn more in our Eastern Canada and Horticulture Product Guide for 2018
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Soybeans growers know they need to be on the lookout for late-emerging perennial broadleaf weeds. Those who choose DuPont™ Classic® herbicide can relax and let its residual activity take care of nutsedge, common ragweed, redroot pigweed, velvetleaf and dandelion.
Accent® herbicide is tough on grassy weeds, yet has excellent crop safety on corn, including low heat unit hybrids and many seed corn and sweet corn varieties. It controls grassy weeds from the 1-leaf to 8-leaf stage of corn, such as: barnyard grass, fall panicum, green foxtail, long-spined sandbur, old witchgrass, quackgrass and yellow foxtail.
DuPont™ Ultim® herbicide is well-known for its control of annual grasses and quackgrass in field corn. These include barnyard grass, fall panicum, green foxtail, long-spined sandbur, old witchgrass, proso millet, quackgrass, redroot pigweed and yellow foxtail (suppression). Ultim® also controls black bullrush in lowbush blueberries.
The information provided on this website is for reference only. Always refer to the product labels for complete details and directions for use.